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Property Name Incentive/TechMin
Property Type Text
Description Technology Minimum.


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Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard +Renewables: 12.5% by 2024 (includes solar-electric minimum)<br /> Solar-Electric: 0.5% by 2024
Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (Pennsylvania) +Tier I: ~8% by compliance year 2020-2021 (includes PV minimum)<br /> Tier II: 10% by compliance year 2020-2021<br /> PV: 0.5% by compliance year 2020-2021
Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (West Virginia) +At least 90% must come from eligible resources other than natural gas

C

City of Austin - Renewables Portfolio Standard (Texas) +200 MW from solar by 2020
Columbia - Renewables Portfolio Standard (Missouri) +Goal of 1% solar

E

Energy Portfolio Standard (Nevada) +Solar: 5% of annual requirement through 2015 (1.2% of sales in 2015); 6% for 2016-2025 (1.5% of sales in 2025)

F

Fort Collins - Electric Energy Supply Policy (Colorado) +No

J

JEA - Clean Power Program (Florida) +No

N

Non-Mandated Renewable Energy Objective (Minnesota) +At least 0.5% of renewable enegy generated should be biomass by 2005 and 1% biomass by 2010

R

Renewable Electricity Standard (Missouri) +Solar-Electric: 2% of annual requirement (0.3% of sales in 2021)
Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (Maryland) +Solar: 2% by 2020<br /> Offshore Wind: TBD, 2.5% maximum beginning in 2017
Renewable Energy Standard (Arizona) +Distributed Generation: 30% of annual requirement in 2012 and thereafter (4.5% of sales in 2025); half of this must be from residential installations and half from non-residential, non-utility installations
Renewable Energy Standard (Colorado) +IOUs: 3% of retail sales by 2020 must come from Distributed Generation (as defined in law), of which, half must be "retail distributed generation" serving on-site load <br /> Cooperatives that provide service to 10,000 or more meters: 1% of retail sales by 2020 must come from Distributed Generation (as defined in law), of which, half must be "retail distributed generation" serving on-site load<br /> Cooperatives that provide service to less than 10,000 meters: 0.75% of retail sales by 2020 must come from Distributed Generation (as defined in law), of which, half must be "retail distributed generation" serving on-site load.
Renewable Energy Standard (Michigan) +No
Renewable Energy Standard (Rhode Island) +No
Renewable Energy Standard (Washington) +No
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (North Carolina) +Solar: 0.2% by 2018<br /> Swine Waste: 0.2% by 2018<br /> Poultry Waste: 900,000 MWh by 2014
Renewable Generation Requirement (Texas) +Non-Wind: Goal of 500 MW
Renewable Portfolio Standard (Hawaii) +No
Renewable Portfolio Standard (Illinois) +Wind (IOUs): 75% of annual requirement (18.75% of sales in compliance year 2025-2026)<br /> Wind (ARES): 60% of annual requirement (15% of sales in compliance year 2025-2026)<br /> PV (All): 6% of annual requirement in compliance year 2015-2016 and thereafter (1.5% of total sales in compliance year 2025-2026)<br /> Distributed Generation (IOUs): 1% of annual requirement in compliance year 2015-2016 and thereafter (0.25% of sales in compliance year 2025-2026)
Renewable Portfolio Standard (Massachusetts) +In-state PV: Mandated Target of 400 MW
Renewable Portfolio Standard (New York) +Customer-Sited: Target of ~8.44% of the annual incremental requirement (0.5764% of state sales in 2015)*
Renewable Portfolio Standard (Oregon) +PV (IOUs): 20 MW sized 500 kW to 5 MW by 2020
Renewable Portfolio Standard (Pennsylvania) +No
Renewable Portfolio Standard (Wisconsin) +No
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