Electricity purchase contract type C-37 EXHIBIT F INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Insurance requirements for suppliers INDEMNIFICATION PROVISION As part of the consideration of this agreement, the supplier must provide: a. To the extent permitted by law, the Supplier must review, defend, compensate, compensate and compensate the host, its executives, employees and agents of and against losses, damages, liabilities, claims, claims, inconveniences, costs, fees and costs (including reasonable legal fees), as well as any form of legal action (collectively referred to as “claims”) that may result for the host as a result of loss or loss of property. , or for bodily harm or death of persons (including, but not limited to property, employees, subcontractors, agents and guests of each party), resulting from or in any way in the course of the work to be performed under this agreement, unless a claim is the result of a professional error or omission. B. With respect to these claims resulting from a professional error or omission, the compensation is as follows: the offeror identifies, defends, compensates and holds the host, his managers, representatives and collaborators against any loss, damage, liability, claim, claim, inconvenience, expenses, expenses and expenses (including reasonable legal fees) and creator of any form of complaint that may be suffered by the host for loss or loss; or for bodily harm or death of persons (including, but not limited to property, employees, subcontractors, agents and guests of each party), resulting from professional negligence, error or omission by the supplier. INSURANCE As part of the review of this contract, Consultant undertakes to acquire and maintain its costs and costs alone for the duration of this contractual insurance coverage, in accordance with Provisions I, II, III and IV. All coverage is intended for insurers who: 1) have a higher score of no less than B-: XII and 2) are licensed insurance companies in the state of California. All other insurers require the city`s prior approval. I. General and automobile civil liability: combined one-time limits of no less than $2 million ($2,000,000) in general liability and $2 million ($2,000,000) in auto liability insurance, including personal injury and property damage.