. France seems to be gradually turning to this type of energy supply contract, the PC, as evidenced by the construction of a standard contract by the association of wind energy professionals France Énergie Éolienne (FEE). France is in a unique context. On the one hand, because the country is facing a trend decline in the prices of tenders for renewable energies. For example, in August 2018, the winners of the last solar tender won an average price of €58.2/MWh. On the other hand, because the country is facing a gradual exit of renewable electricity generation facilities from the purchase commitment mechanism in favor of the remuneration increase system. The decree of 27 May 2016 developed the French legal framework for support measures for renewable electricity producers and, in particular, the creation of additional remuneration. . .