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Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for Medium Scale Wind Power Projects

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Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for Medium Scale Wind Power Projects

Title of Document Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for Medium Scale Wind Power Projects
Abstract This document is an example of Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for medium scale wind power. It includes: terms on sale and purchase of energy, metering and measurement, representations, warranties, covenants, indemnification and insurance. Download the Power Purchase Agreement for Medium Scale Wind Power Projects - Africa - Namibia from the PPP in Infrastructure Resource Center .
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English: Namibia Power Purchase Agreement for Medium Scale Wind Power Projects.pdf

Original Source CORE International, Inc.
Year 2006
Region/Country Africa - Namibia
Language(s) English
Document Type Procurement Documents - Other
Legal Documents - PPAs
Technology Wind
Connection Type



Wind

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