Renewable Energy Certificates definition

Renewable Energy Certificates or “RECs” shall mean all of the Certificates and any and all other Environmental Attributes associated with the Products or otherwise produced by the Facility which satisfy the RPS for a RPS Class I Renewable Generation Unit, and shall represent title to and claim over all Environmental Attributes associated with the specified MWh of generation from such RPS Class I Renewable Generation Unit.
Renewable Energy Certificates or “RECs” means all of the GIS Certificates and environmental benefits associated with New Class I RPS eligible resources.
Renewable Energy Certificates and “RECs” means any certificate, either paper, electronic, or any other form (including a NEPOOL GIS Certificate) that can be used to transfer rights to Environmental Attributes produced by the Facility under any Renewable Portfolio Standard.

Examples of Renewable Energy Certificates in a sentence

  • Renewable Energy Product – Supports 100% green energy producers in the United States through the purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates equivalent to the power you consume.

  • The Competitive Supplier shall identify the technology, vintage, and location of the renewable generators that are the sources of the Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs).

  • Buyer: Product: Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (“SRECs”), as defined in the Master Agreement.

  • Third-party verified purchased carbon offsets Purchased Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) that are either Green-e Energy certified or meet Green-e Energy’s technical requirements and are verified as such by a third party may be counted as zero emissions energy for purposes of Scope 2 GHG accounting.

  • In addition to soliciting bids for power supply that meet the required Massachusetts Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) obligation, the Town will solicit bids to supply additional Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) for an optional product.


More Definitions of Renewable Energy Certificates

Renewable Energy Certificates or “RECs” means the certificates, documentation, or other evidence that demonstrates, in the tracking system selected under section 5 of this exhibit, the ownership of Environmental Attributes.
Renewable Energy Certificates has the meaning given in the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act 2000.
Renewable Energy Certificates means renewable energy certificates related to and representing Green Attributes (also known as green tags, renewable energy credits, or tradable renewable certificates), which are tradable environmental commodities in the United States and represent 1 megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity generated from an eligible renewable energy resource (RECs). These certificates can be sold and traded and the owner of the REC can claim to have purchased renewable energy.
Renewable Energy Certificates has the meaning given in the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Xxx 0000 (Cth).
Renewable Energy Certificates means the technology and environmental (non-energy) attributes that represent proof that 1 megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity was generated from an eligible renewable energy resource, and can be sold separately from the underlying generic electricity with which it is associated.
Renewable Energy Certificates. (“REC”) means a certificate, credit, allowance, green tag, Tradable Renewable Certificate (“TRC”) or other transferable document, which is created by an Applicable Standard or a Certification Authority and is associated with the generation of one
Renewable Energy Certificates. (“REC” or “Credits”) means a certificate, credit, allowance, green tag, Tradable Renewable Certificate (“TRC”) or other transferable document, which is created by an Applicable Standard or a Certification Authority and is associated with the generation of one (1) megawatt hour (“MWh”) of electricity from one or more Renewable Energy Sources by a Renewable Energy Facility. A REC shall include all Environmental Attributes associated with the generation of such electricity, unless specified otherwise in a Confirmation Letter and in accordance with the Applicable Standard, as well as all related Product Reporting Rights, and shall be verified or certified by a Verification Provider or Certification Authority, in accordance with the Applicable Standard. Such Environmental Attributes may be disaggregated and retained, or sold separately, as the Parties agree. A REC is separate from the energy produced and may be separately transferred or conveyed.