Typical Electricity Purchase Contract C-17 (a) The supplier is responsible for all taxes on profits related to payments made by the host to the electrical energy supplier from the facility. The provider, as the owner of the facility, is entitled to all deductions, credits and other tax benefits under federal and regional income tax laws with respect to the facility, including depreciation premiums, investment tax credits and production. (b) the host is responsible for all taxes, royalties and royalties, including sales, usage and gross revenue taxes collected or approved by a government authority when the electricity is sold by the supplier to the host. The host must declare, register and pay all these taxes directly against him and refund to the supplier all taxes that are imposed and paid against the supplier. (c) The host is responsible for all personal or ad valorem property taxes collected on the site, site improvements and personal property, except that the supplier is responsible for personal or property taxes ad valorem collected against the facility. The supplier recognizes and accepts that this agreement may create an interest in property tax ownership. The provider undertakes to pay and reduce any taxable taxes related to the facility that are collected, taxed or collected against the facility, or on any of the operator`s personal assets that are now or later on the site, or that may be collected, calculated, assessed or taxed on the supplier`s property interest or taxable rights that have been acquired under this agreement. When the host controls the existence of the facility in the premises, the host immediately informs the supplier. The host and supplier cooperate to challenge this assessment; However, provided the host pays these taxes in order to avoid penalties or interest on these taxes, subject to reimbursement by the supplier. If, according to the decision of both parties, such a tax is levied on the host as part of the improvement of the real estate by the existence of the facility on the website, the supplier must reimburse the host of this tax. (d) Each party has the right to challenge the taxes against the website in accordance with the applicable law and the conditions of the charge.