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|Description||Used by the RAPID toolkit state level permitting forms.|
Pages using the property "RPSEligible"
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|RAPID/Hydropower/California/Power Plant +||California defines renewable resources to include "small hydroelectric generation of 30 megawatts or less, ...ocean wave,... or tidal current, and any additions or enhancements to the facility using that technology." "A small hydroelectric generation facility is not an eligible renewable electrical generation facility if it will cause an adverse impact on instream beneficial uses or cause a change in the volume or timing of streamflow." +|
|RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Power Plant +||New hydroelectricity with a nameplate capacity of 10 MW or less and hydroelectricity in existing on January 1, 2005 with a nameplate rating of 30 MW or less. Note: Pumped storage hydro is excluded. +|
|RAPID/Hydropower/New York/Power Plant +||Hydroelectric upgrades with no new storage impoundments, with eligibility limited to the incremental production associated with the upgrade; new low-impact run-of-river hydroelectric facilities limited to 30 MW or less, with no new storage impoundment; and existing very small hydroelectric facilities within certain conditions (10MWs or less, in-state facilities, with expiring above-market energy contracts). In-State run-of-river hydroelectric facilities of 5MWs or less in commercial operation at any time prior to January 1, 2003 that demonstrate need to receive RPS financial support to operate. +|
|RAPID/Hydropower/Vermont/Power Plant +||Hydroelectric facilities with a generating capacity of 200 MW or less. +|
|RAPID/Hydropower/Washington/Power Plant +||Hydroelectric generation projects are eligible for compliance under RPS if incremental electricity produced as a result of efficiency improvements completed after March 31, 1999, are made to: i) Hydroelectric projects owned by a utility subject to this standard and located in the Pacific Northwest; or to ii) Hydroelectric generation in irrigation pipes and canals located in the Pacific Northwest, where the additional generation in either case does not result in new water diversions or impoundments. +|