Renewable Energy. Grantor may, except as otherwise provided herein, add renewable energy facilities on the Protected Property for the purpose of generating energy predominantly for the agricultural and residential needs of the Protected Property, so long as such facilities do not exceed the 2 percent impervious surface limitations and the conservation purposes of this easement. Such renewable energy facilities must be built and maintained in accordance with any local zoning ordinance and applicable Ohio and Federal law, including but not limited to the regulations of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Grantor may sell any excess electricity generated to the local electric utility grid. Leases for and installation of commercial renewable energy facilities is prohibited without the prior written consent of the Grantee and may be granted only if it would not exceed the 2 percent impervious surface limitations and the conservation purposes of this easement. For any commercial installations, the energy facilities, access roads, and any other related improvements shall be situated, constructed, and maintained pursuant to a plan approved by the State Grantee in its sole discretion. Such plan shall be designed to comport with the Purpose of this Easement, minimize adverse effects on soils and the agricultural value of the Protected Property, and be in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in this Easement.
Renewable Energy. IDTE’s Basic Renewable Energy Product, is a renewably sourced product that has a renewable mix that is at least 50% greater than the Renewable Energy Standard obligation for load-serving entities in any given compliance year under the New York Public Service Commission’s Clean Energy Standard. IDTE’s Premium Renewable Energy Product, is a 100% renewably sourced product. IDTE may satisfy its renewability commitments by purchasing and retiring renewable energy credits (RECs) from any renewable energy resource that satisfies the definition of “renewable” under the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. Recognized technologies include, solar thermal, photovoltaics, on land and offshore wind, hydroelectric, geothermal electric, geothermal ground source heat, tidal energy, wave energy, ocean thermal, and fuel cells which do not utilize a fossil fuel resource in the process of generating electricity. Election of either of the renewable energy products supports the development of renewable resources, but Customer understands and acknowledges that Customer may not actually be supplied with renewable energy. Residents of the five boroughs of New York City will be charged an additional monthly fee of $4.95/month (prorated as a daily fee) for the Premium Renewable Energy Product.
Renewable Energy. If you signed up for Southwest’s Renewable Healthy Heart of Texas Fixed Rate AutoPay E-Plan, you are contributing to a healthier and cleaner environment in our great State of Texas. To satisfy your electricity needs while also preserving the environment, Southwest has purchased 100 renewable power (which may include Texas natural gas and renewable energy) in the form of Renewable Energy Certificates (“RECs”). RECs constitute an essential source of renewable energy used to meet the State of Texas’s environmentally conscious renewable energy goals. No Fees to Switch: Southwest will not charge you a fee to select, switch, or enroll with us unless you request a switch or enrollment that does not conform with the normal meter reading and billing cycle and, in such case, such fee shall not exceed the rate for such charged to Southwest by the TDSP, which rate is further described below.
Renewable Energy. If you signed up for YEP’s Green Earth 100 Renewable AutoPay E-Plan with Fixed Term, you are contributing to a healthier and cleaner environment in our great State of Texas. To satisfy your electricity needs while also preserving the environment, YEP has purchased or will purchase 100 renewable power (which may include Texas natural gas and renewable energy) in the form of Renewable Energy Certificates (“RECs”). RECs constitute an essential source of renewable energy used to meet the State of Texas’s environmentally conscious renewable energy goals.
Renewable Energy. You agree that we can, from time to time, supply you with electricity under a product that is exempt from the climate change levy (CCL). This means that the electricity we supply you with is certified as being from a renewable energy source, and so you will not have to pay the CCL. If you want us to source electricity from renewable energy sources, you must tell us about this before signing the contract option and make sure that it has been included in the contract option. We will do what we reasonably can to meet your request. However, if we cannot supply you with this electricity, we will supply you with electricity from non-renewable energy sources. If we supply you with renewable energy, we confirm that the amount of electricity we supply from renewable energy sources in each averaging period will not be more than the amount of electricity we buy from renewable energy sources in that same averaging period.
Renewable Energy. To the extent KCPL obtains the regulatory approval(s) that it will seek from the MPSC and/or the KCC, KCPL hereby commits to add 100 additional megawatts (MW) capacity of wind-generated electric power by December 31, 2010 and to add 300 additional MW capacity of wind-generated electric power by December 31, 2012. The Sierra Club and CCPC agree that they will support regulatory approval of these projects but to the extent that such projects involve components beyond wind-generated electric power, each of them reserves their right to object to such other components. KCPL further agrees to exert its best efforts to add the total 400 MW capacity of wind-generated electric power in the earliest reasonable timeframe, including filing requests for approval in such a manner that the regulatory agency will have adequate time to make informed decisions on such requests;