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A

Advanced Energy Fund (Ohio) +$100 million over 10 years (maximum)

C

City of Boulder - Climate Action Plan Fund (Colorado) +Projected to be 1.6 million for 2010
Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (Connecticut) +~$20 million annually (In 2010 $4.67 M came from ARRA). Total CCEF Funding 2000-2010: $151 M.

D

DEMEC - Green Energy Fund (Delaware) +Approximately 324,000 annually (based on 2008 retail sales)
Delaware Electric Cooperative - Green Energy Fund (Delaware) +$206,000 annually (based on 2008 retail electricity sales)

E

Efficiency Maine Trust (Maine) +~$83 million collected through FY2011
Efficiency Maine Trust - Renewable Resource Fund (Maine) +Varies because dependent on voluntary contributions by electric customers and revenues from the RPS alternative compliance payment (approximately $800,000 for 2009 and $1.325 million (est.) for 2010 and $840,000 for FY2011)
Energy Efficiency Fund (Connecticut) +2011: $154 M ($130.3 M electric and gas rate payer collections; $3.6 M ARRA/Oil; $17.9 M Forward Capacity Market; $5.6 M Class III Renewables; $5.8 M RGGI)
Energy Efficiency Fund (Massachusetts) +$1.09 billion collected during years 1998-2006; Three year plans for 2010-2012 expected to be approximately $2.1 billion
Energy Efficiency Public Benefits Funds +Energy Efficiency Trust Fund: $54 million (total for 18 years from 1998-2015)<br /> EEPS Fund: $95 million for FY 2012
Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Fund (Illinois) +335.3 million (FY 2009-2011)
Energy Loan Fund (ELF) (Ohio) +100 million over 10 years
Energy Trust of Oregon (Oregon) +Annual funding from public purpose surcharge, based on 2012 budget: $14.2 million for renewables, $69 million for energy efficiency<br /> Annual funding from public purpose surcharge, based on 2013 budget: $14.2 million for renewables, $78.7 million for energy efficiency

F

Focus on Energy Program (Wisconsin) +2010: $83 million (9.9% allocated for renewable energy)<br /> 2011: $100 million (7.6% allocated for renewable energy)<br /> 2012: $100 million ($10 million for renewables)<br /> 2013: $100 million ($10 million for renewables)<br /> 2014: $10 million for renewables <br />

G

Green Energy Fund (Delaware) +3.2 million annually on average <br /> 0.8 million annually for low-income assistance

H

Hawaii Energy (Hawaii) +2013 Budget (July 2013-June 2014): $21.9 million in direct incentives

P

Public Benefits Fund (Wisconsin) +Annual amount varies. Through 6/31/07, 4.5% of total annual PBF revenue will support renewables. Beginning 7/1/07, 1.2% of each utility's annual operating revenue will support efficiency and renewables.
Public Benefits Funds for Renewables and Efficiency (California) +Renewables: 2002-2006: 135 million annually*; 2007: 135 million annually*; 2008-2011: 65.5 million annually*<br /> Efficiency: 228 million annually<br /> RDandD: 62.5 million annually<br /> Beginning 2005, natural gas subaccount baseline funding of 12 million with increase of up to 3 million annually, capping at 24 million
Public Benefits Programs (Pennsylvania) +Varies by fund, approximately $99 million in collective revenue through 2012
Puerto Rico - Green Energy Fund (Puerto Rico) +$40,000,000 ($20,000,000 for each FY12, FY13)

R

Renewable Development Fund (RDF) (Minnesota) +$19.5 million annually (2008-2013) Approximately $24.5 million in 2013
Renewable Energy Resources Trust Fund (Illinois) +Approximately $100 million for renewables (1998-2015)
Renewable Energy Trust Fund (Massachusetts) +$150 million over a five-year period (1998-2002); $25 million per year from 2003 to 2010 and $23 million starting in 2011.

S

Societal Benefits Charge (New Jersey) +$2.635 billion (2001-June 2013); refers to scheduled collections prior to transfers out of the fund for other purposes
Sustainable Energy Trust Fund (District of Columbia) +7.5 million in 2009<br /> 15 million in 2010<br /> 17.5 million in 2011<br /> 20 million in 2012 and each subsequent year
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