Examples of Energy Bill in a sentence
The model includes the following major policy parameters: the 51¢-per-gallon volumetric ethanol excise tax credit that refiners receive for blending 10% ethanol with gasoline; the mandated requirement of ethanol blend in certain states; and the RFS of the Energy Bill of 2005.
As an example, the blender’s tax credit, a strong support measure to encourage ethanol demand in the US has been in place since the Energy Bill of 1978.
April 23, Los Angeles.Implementation of Renewable Energy inSee Page 4 CalChamber Urges Changes to Energy Bill A Senate committee is reviewing an energy bill that the California Chamber of Commerce is opposing unless it is amended.The Senate Appropriations Committee is scheduled to consider SB 14 (Simitian; D-Palo Alto) again on March 23.
To ensure that new onshore wind projects in Northern Ireland are not in effect funded by consumers in Great Britain after the RO has closed to similar projects in Great Britain, the Government has decided to seek a power in the Energy Bill which would allow it to prevent the use by suppliers in Great Britain of renewables obligation certificates from projects in Northern Ireland (“NI ROCs”).
It asserted that the target could still be met “if barriers to wind’s deployment can be eliminated”, and that significant off-shore wind generation was likely to be required to do so.1 The Government intends to permit a wind farm development outside United Kingdom territorial waters, within the 200 mile zone which the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea permits for a state’s economic exploitation.2. The Energy Bill will facilitate the development of offshore wind energy.
By the end of 2013, technical details will be more elaborated and Royal Assent on the Energy Bill is expected.
The benefits of this approach are that contingently, we are working towards (i) an Energy Bill and, (ii) (if possible) detailed draft regulations on the funding arrangements to follow hot on the heels of the nuclear consultation in the autumn.
This concern was hotly debatedduring the Energy Bill process (DECC, 2012a).
The Energy Bill 2015 was introduced to Parliament on 9 July 2015 and, alongside, this Department provided a memorandum to the Joint Committee on Human Rights (the “Memorandum”) which set out our analysis of how the Bill’s provisions are compliant with protected human rights under the European Convention on Human Rights (“ECHR”).
Warren points out that the only references made to energy efficiency and demand-side reduction measures relate to how they might be included in the capacity mechanism, but apparently DECC only started work on this in March.The Energy Bill and its associated documents will now be subject to parliamentary scrutiny.