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Property Name Incentive/Std
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Alternative Energy Law (AEL) (Iowa) +105 MW of renewable generating capacity  +
Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard +12.5% Renewable Energy Resources by 2024<br /> 12.5% Advanced Energy Resources by 2025  +
Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (Pennsylvania) +~18% alternative energy resources by compliance year 2020-2021  +
Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (West Virginia) +25% alternative and renewable energy resources by 2025  +

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City of Austin - Renewables Portfolio Standard (Texas) +35% by 01/01/2020  +
Clean Energy Portfolio Goal +Average of 4% between 2013 and 2018<br /> Average of 7% between 2019 and 2024<br /> Average of 10% in 2025  +
Columbia - Renewables Portfolio Standard (Missouri) +15% by 2022  +

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Energy Portfolio Standard (Nevada) +25% by 2025<br /> Plus 350 MW by 2021 (NV Energy)  +

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Fort Collins - Electric Energy Supply Policy (Colorado) +2% by 2004; 15% by 2017  +

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Guam - Renewable Energy Portfolio Goal (Guam) +25% of net electricity sales by 2035  +

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JEA - Clean Power Program (Florida) +7.5% by 2015  +

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Lansing Board of Water and Light - Renewables Portfolio Goal (Michigan) +10% by 2015  +
Long Island Power Authority - Renewable Electricity Goal (New York) +30% by 2015  +

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N. Mariana Islands - Renewables Portfolio Standard (N. Mariana Islands) +80% of net electricity sales by 2015  +
Non-Mandated Renewable Energy Objective (Minnesota) +1% in 2005, increasing by 1% per year to reach at least 10% in 2015  +

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Puerto Rico - Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (Puerto Rico) +20% by 2035  +

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Renewable Electricity Standard (Missouri) +15% by 2021  +
Renewable Energy Goal (Oklahoma) +Goal: 15% by 2015  +
Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (Maryland) +20% by 2022  +
Renewable Energy Standard (Arizona) +15% by 2025  +
Renewable Energy Standard (Colorado) +Investor-owned utilities: 30% by 2020 Electric cooperatives serving fewer than 100,000 meters: 10% by 2020 Electric cooperatives serving 100,000 or more meters: 20% by 2020 Municipal utilities serving more than 40,000 customers: 10% by 2020  +
Renewable Energy Standard (Michigan) +All utilities: 10% by 2015 <br /> Detroit Edison: 300 MW of new renewables by 2013 and 600 MW by 2015<br /> Consumers Energy: 200 MW of new renewables by 2013 and 500 MW by 2015  +
Renewable Energy Standard (Rhode Island) +16% by 2019  +
Renewable Energy Standard (Washington) +15% renewables by 2020 and all cost-effective conservation  +
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (North Carolina) +Investor-owned utilities: 12.5% by 2021<br /> Electric cooperatives, municipal utilities: 10% by 2018  +
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