Implementation agreements provide for direct contractual and contractual obligations between the government and the supplier or project company: the government is generally not a party to the power purchase agreement. The implementation agreement usually includes obligations of the supplier to the government, for example. B as regards compliance with environmental legislation, dumping of fuel on national fuel markets, etc. Implementation Agreement (Example 1) - Relatively short implementation agreement, which is considered a set of documents containing a ECA and a country lease from an international law firm as a model form for rural energy projects for a country in Southeast Asia was created. The installation of a power plant often requires government contributions in the form of assistance in obtaining the necessary authorizations, committing to ensure that the distribution company fulfils its obligations (sometimes in the form of a guarantee) when the supplier fears that the distribution company is not or does not have the financial capacity to meet its obligations. Implementation will usually include government obligations in the country prior to export and import and taxation of the supplier. Implementation Agreement (Example 4) - Standard Implementation Agreement established by an international law firm as part of a series of documents for the Pakistan Private Power and Infrastructure Board, as well as an ECA and a pricing plan. . . .