Clark County - Green Power Purchasing (Washington)

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Rules Regulations Policies Program

Place Washington

Name Clark County - Green Power Purchasing
Incentive Type Green Power Purchasing
Applicable Sector Local Government
Eligible Technologies Photovoltaics, Wind
Active Incentive No

Implementing Sector Local
Energy Category Renewable Energy Incentive Programs





















Percent Renewables 10%






Source Clark Public Utilities' Green Lights program
















Website http://www.clarkpublicutilities.com/ourenvironment/greenLights
Date added to DSIRE 2002-11-13
Last DSIRE Review 2011-09-13



References DSIRE[1]


Summary

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In September 2002, Clark County purchased 10 percent of its electricity requirements from renewable energy as part of the Clark Public Utilities' Green Lights program. Ten percent of the County's electricity requirements equals 120,600 kWh (1,206 blocks of 100 kWh), at a cost of $1,809 per month. The county's commitment covers electricity purchased for all county buildings and facilities.

Currently there are more than 1,100 Clark Public Utilities customers who have agreed to voluntarily support the development of renewable energy resources in the Northwest. Customers can choose to purchase 100 kilowatt-hour blocks of Green Lights electricity. Each block costs $1.50. Contributions are pooled with those of thousands of other Northwest utility customers to support the development of new, non-polluting energy resources in the region. More information can be found on the program at the Green Lights website.


Incentive Contact

Contact Name Michelle Missfeldt
Department Clark Public Utilities

Address 1200 Fort Vancouver Way
Address 2 P.O. Box 8900
Place Vancouver, Washington
Zip/Postal Code 98668
Phone (360) 992-3109


Email mmissfeldt@clarkpud.com
Website http://www.clarkpublicutilities.com
     
     


















  • Incentive and policy data are reviewed and approved by the N.C. Solar Center's DSIRE project staff.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1  "Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (DSIRE)"