CRS comments on the regulatory proposal and initial statement of reasons for updating California’s Power Source Disclosure program under Assembly Bill 1110 (Ting), which requires that retail suppliers of electricity disclose to consumers the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of the supplier’s electric service products.
Comments on the Cradle to Cradle Certified v4 Draft Standard for sustainable products on renewable energy and climate requirements.
Comments on the Summary of Issues for the June 2019 Carbon Workshop at the Western Energy Imbalance Market (EIM) Regional Issues Forum (RIF), which summarizes what was discussed and questions raised during the Workshop in order to guide and inform future discussions.
Comments on the request for input on approaches to achieve a 100 percent clean economy by 2050 pertaining to protecting voluntary renewable energy markets and corporate renewable energy demand, purchasing, and emissions benefits.
Comments for the 2019 IEMAC Annual Report and the Markets Overlap Subcommittee pertaining to greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting for California electricity imports and potential interactions with Washington State’s Clean Energy Transformation Act.
Comments on June 6, 2019, Climate Forward Solar Photovoltaic Forecast Methodology v1.0 Draft for Public Comment, which addresses emission reductions associated with the installation of solar photovoltaic systems at existing buildings.
Comments on the Working Group Statement on the future role and design of the voluntary carbon off setmarket, “Envisioning the Voluntary Carbon Market Post-2020. ”Comments pertain assurances and benefits related to additionality and the creation of and accounting for new instruments that finance the acceleration of the global transition to net-zero rather than reducing emissions …
Comments on the CPS Straw Proposal presented on April 2, 2019. Comments pertain to avoiding potential double-counting with RECs and ensuring regulatory surplus for the voluntary renewable energy market, as well as verifying that qualified energy storage systems store and discharge renewable energy.
CRS comments on draft regulations to update California’s Power Source Disclosure requirements under Assembly Bill 1110 (Ting), which requires that retail suppliers of electricity disclose to consumers the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of the supplier’s electric service products.
Comments on the December 12, 2018 LEED for Cities and Communities: Existing (Beta) rating system, regarding the “EN Credit: Clean and Green Power” and the “EN Prerequisite: Energy Performance.”