This contract model contains certain general conditions that are generally applied in the vast majority of turnkey contracts, although there are other conditions that need to be changed to reflect the circumstances of each contract and which are characterized as specific conditions; The contract schedule contains a guide to the development of these specific conditions that change the terms and conditions of sale. In addition to this guide, the annexes contain several types of documents: tender letters, contract agreements and templates for the litigation agreement. All of these documents are part of the documentation that must be submitted by companies applying for a turnkey project, especially if it is carried out in an international environment. Orgalime has published a new standard contract – Orgalime`s turnkey contract for industrial work – our most comprehensive publication to date. The checklist below addresses each of the above points, both legally and commercially, by dividing them into five basic risk categories and providing a list of internal points and questions to be asked when negotiating the treaty. Why this new standard contract? First, because the scope of the terms and conditions and standard contract forms had to be fulfilled by a turnkey contract for the supply of complete industrial facilities or facilities. These are often complex facilities and work; Contracts must therefore be both flexible and comprehensive. Buyers and contractors of mechanical engineering who have used existing models have generally not adapted them well to their needs: they are often less designed for industrial work than for civil engineering contracts that are very complex and sometimes very one-sided. Lenders and investors generally do not risk construction costs and instead require the EPC contract to be a turnkey fixed contract. Therefore, a well-constructed CBE contract should be a fixed price, with limited and usual exclusions that allow price increases. Some of the developer`s tools to reduce price risk are: Great solar development is a big business, and solar EPC contracts are a big deal of the association.

In the second quarter of 2017, the U.S. solar market installed 2,387 MWdc, an increase of 8% over the previous year and the biggest second quarter of all time. PV accounted for 58% of these facilities, which added more than one GWdcii for the seventh consecutive quarter. Auf dem heutigen Solarmarkt gibt es einen erheblichen Wettbewerb unter Projektentwicklern auf der Suche nach Fremdkredit- und Beteiligungspartnern. This means that to develop a competitive advantage, developers must prepare a solar project with the most guaranteed turnover, in order to increase the likelihood of selling the project to such potential debt companies and limited companies. Given that the bulk of the capital expenditure of a solar project is the cost of EPC (about 70% to 90%) iii, the cornerstone of any viable solar project is a well-negotiated EPC contract. As a result, proponents must offer lenders and investment partners bankable EPC contracts that centralize responsibility for addressing many of the perceived challenges associated with a large solar project and make the risk profile of the entire solar project more attractive to these potential partners.