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Property:Incentive/ElectricSalesReduction

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Property Name Incentive/ElectricSalesReduction
Property Type Text
Description Electric Sales Reduction

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Electric Efficiency Standard (Indiana) +0.3% GWh reduction of 2009 energy sales for 2010<br /> Annual requirements increase to 2.0% reduction of prior year's energy sales by 2019  +
Empower Maryland Efficiency Act (Maryland) +15% reduction in per capita energy consumption by 2015, compared to 2007 (includes 5% portion to be achieved independent of 10% utility obligation)  +
Energy Efficiency First Fuel Requirement (Gas and Electric) (Massachusetts) +Reduce 1,103 GWh electricity in 2012  +
Energy Efficiency Goals +Annual benchmarks beginning in 2012<br /> Cumulative savings of 9.9% by 2020, increasing by 1.9% each year thereafter  +
Energy Efficiency Goals (Florida) +7,842 GWh cumulative reductions from 2010-2019  +
Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (Hawaii) +4,300 GWh reduction in electricity use by 2030 (equal to about 40% of 2007 electricity)  +
Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (New York) +15% reduction relative to projected electricity use in 2015  +
Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (Ohio) +Annual reductions leading to 22% cumulative reduction in retail electricity sales by the end 2025  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Goal (Virginia) +10% electricity savings by 2022 relative to 2006 base sales  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (California) +Varies by utility (see below)  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (Colorado) +Statutory Requirement: 5% of 2006 electricity sales by 2018  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (Minnesota) +1.5% reduction of average retail sales beginning in 2010  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (New Mexico) +5% of 2005 total retail kilowatt-hour sales by 2014<br /> 10% of 2005 total retail kilowatt-hour sales by 2020  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (Rhode Island) +Varies annually (see below)  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Standard (Washington) +Varies  +
Energy Efficiency Resource Standards (Delaware) +Electricity savings equivalent to 15% of 2007 electricity consumption by 2015  +
Energy Efficiency Standard (Illinois) +0.2% of energy delivered in EY 2009, increasing to 2% of energy delivered in EY 2016 and thereafter  +
Energy Efficiency Standard (Iowa) +Utility-Specific Energy Efficiency Resource Standards set by IUB  +
Energy Efficiency Standard for Focus on Energy +2011-2014: Net annual electric energy savings of 1,816,320,000 kWh  +
Energy Efficiency Standards (Arizona) +22% cumulative savings by 2020  +
Energy Efficiency Targets (Arkansas) +2011 reductions: 0.25%<br /> 2012 reductions: 0.50%<br /> 2013 reductions: 0.75%  +
Energy Efficiency Targets (Maine) +30% reduction by 2020  +
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Requirements for Utilities (Pennsylvania) +Phase I: Electricity savings equivalent to 3% of projected June 2009 - May 2010 electricity consumption by May 31, 2013<br /> Phase II (tentative): Varies by utility. Electricity savings equivalent to between 1.6% and 2.9% of June 2009 - May 2010 electricity consumption by May 31, 2016  +
Energy Optimization Standard +1.0% annual reduction of previous year retail electricity sales (MWh) by 2012  +
Energy Reduction Goals (Vermont) +320,000 MWh (three-year goal for 2012, 2013, 2014)  +