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  • Overview of Renewable Portfolio Standard Design Options from the U.S. Experience
  • Author: Jillian Forte, Todd Jones, Michael Leschke, Jennifer Martin, Alex Pennock, Rachael Terada, Ryan Wiser
  • Published: December 28th, 2017| Report | 10 Pages
  • This report highlights the main principles and options that inform Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) program design based on experiences in the United States. Applicable examples are highlighted throughout the report, and an overview of implications for China is included at the end of the report.

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  • Comments on the Illinois Power Agency (IPA) Long-Term Renewable Resources Procurement Plan
  • Author: Noah Bucon
  • Published: November 13th, 2017| Comment | 4 Pages
  • The intent of these comments is to provide information on industry best practices in regard to Section 7.6.3: Marketing Claims Related to the Ownership of RECs and Community Renewable Generation Subscriptions. Specifically, the decision to allow utilities to retire the associated Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) compliance raises significant issues for how these programs can be responsibly marketed and what renewable energy claims subscribers can legally make.

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  • Comments Following the September 7 Workshop on the Iowa Utilities Board (IUB) Renewable Energy Percentage Verification
  • Author: Noah Bucon
  • Published: September 19th, 2017| Comment | 2 Pages
  • Additional comments in response to the September 7 Workshop on Renewable Energy Percentage Verification. The intent of these comments is primarily to reiterate our previous written and oral comments. CRS supports the use of verified Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) to account for the delivery and consumption of renewable energy, regardless of whether the RECs were exclusively procured through bundled transactions where the REC and MWh were never disaggregated.

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