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Property Name CertPubGood
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RAPID/Hydropower/Alaska/Power Plant +A public utility may need to obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) from the [[Regulatory Commission of Alaska]] before commencing with utility operations and receiving compensation for providing services to customers. The [[Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]] has jurisdiction over most hydroelectric projects, including primary transmission lines required for the project. However, a developer may need to obtain a CPCN from the Commission for transmission line extension projects.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Power Plant +“Public utilities” need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN), from the [[Colorado Public Utilities Commission]], in order to construct or operate a facility or an extension of a facility. The [[Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]] has jurisdiction over most hydroelectric projects, including primary transmission lines required for the project. However, a developer may need to obtain a CPCN from the Commission for transmission line extension projects, interconnected group net-metered hydroelectric power systems, and conduit projects less than five megawatts. [[Colorado Code of Regulations 4 CCR 723-3, Rules Regulating Electric Utilities]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/New York/Power Plant +Electric corporations must obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[New York Department of Public Service|New York Public Service Commission]] before beginning construction of an electric plant. [[New York – Public Service Law]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Vermont/Power Plant +Any energy company must obtain a Certificate of Public Good (CPG) from the [[Vermont Public Service Board]] (VPSB) before beginning construction of a proposed project. A hydropower developer must obtain a CPG from the VPSB for transmission line extension project, or an interconnected group net-metered hydroelectric power system. The Board will review the proposed project on a site-specific basis analyzing the environmental, economic and social impacts of the proposed project before issuing a CPG.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Vermont/Transmission +Energy transmission and generation projects in Vermont must go through a site-specific environmental, economic and social impacts review process. The [[Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]] has jurisdiction over most hydroelectric projects, including primary transmission lines required for the project. However, a developer may need to obtain a Certificate of Public Good, from the [[Vermont Public Service Board]] for transmission line extension projects, interconnected group net-metered hydroelectric power systems, and project’s that sell retail electricity within Vermont.  +