IMCA renewables contracting principles


  • Introduction
  • Company Group and Contractor Group Property and Personnel
  • Project Works (including both Company and Contractor Supplied Items)
  • Pollution
  • Third Parties
  • Consequential Losses
  • Gross Negligence and Wilful Misconduct
  • Warranty Obligations
  • Limitation of Liabilities
  • Minimum Insurance Requirements
  • Force Majeure and Suspension
  • Delay
  • Variation Orders
    Permits and Licences, Free Access to Work Site
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Termination by Company for Convenience
  • Company’s Obligation to Pay Contractor
  • Company’s Risk
  • Clear Definition of Contracting Parties
  • Anti-Corruption
  • Appendix 1: IMCA Competition Law Compliance Policy

Whilst the IMCA general contracting principles can be applied to the renewables industry, this document from IMCA focuses on the differing issues concerned renewables.

Based on the IMCA’s risk allocation goals (FAIR), this document has been published as a discussion document and an aide for clients and contractors alongside their in-house standard contracts and industry published standard contracts.