CRS comments regarding potential 2016 amendments to the California Cap-and-Trade Regulation discussed at the workshop held on October 21, 2016. Comments focus on post-2020 allowance allocation to Electrical Distribution Utilities (EDUs) and, in particular, on Staff’s most recent proposal regarding the RPS Adjustment, included in the Post-2020 Electrical Distribution Utility Allocation Informal Proposal. Comments also …
Comments to the U.S. EPA on the June 2016 Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP) Design Details (“CEIP Proposed Rule”).
Comments in response to the 10 questions outlined in the RFI issued on September 23, 2016 on solutions to support the City of San Diego’s Goal of 100% renewable energy.
A handout given out at the 2018 Solar Power International conference that offers guidance for developers marketing community solar programs to retail customers, including best practices, example marketing statements, and case studies.
Results and analysis of the 2015 reporting year for the Green‑e certification program. Green‐e Energy certified retail sales reached over 44 million megawatt‐hours (MWh) in 2015, the highest number of certified retail MWh in Green-e history and equivalent to over 1.2% of the total U.S. electricity mix.
Comments on the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA’s) petition requesting clarification regarding the status of attributes associated with NY-Sun and other Customer-Sited Tier (CST) projects in light of the Clean Energy Standard (CES) Order’s filing requirements requesting NYSERDA to publish the number of Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) that will be available …
Comments focusing on future allocations to the Voluntary Renewable Electricity (VRE) Reserve Account and the proposal to remove the requirement that Renewable Energy Credit (REC) serial numbers be reported with specified renewable energy (RE) imports.
This report examines the solar purchasing options available to higher education institutions, and the fundamental components of each deal that affect renewable energy certificate (REC) ownership, claims, and the environmental value of solar investments.
An exploration of how mass-based states under the EPA’s Clean Power Plan can avoid damaging the voluntary market for renewable energy through careful plan design that ensures the impact of voluntary demand for and private investment in renewable energy.
This report describes renewable energy certificates (RECs), why they are important, and what kinds of statements can be made depending on who owns them.