Renewable energy credit definition

Renewable energy credit has the meaning set forth in California Public Utilities Code Section 399.12(h) and CPUC Decision 00-00-000, as may be amended from time to time or as further defined or supplemented by Law.
Renewable energy credit means a tradable credit that
Renewable energy credit means a certificate of proof, issued through WREGIS, that one unit of electricity was generated and delivered by an eligible renewable energy resource. (2) “Renewable energy credit” includes all renewable and environmental attributes associated with the production of electricity from the eligible renewable energy resource, except for an emissions reduction credit issued pursuant to Section 40709 of the California Health and Safety Code and any credits or payments associated with the reduction of solid waste and treatment benefits created by the utilization of biomass or biogas fuels. The working group considered but rejected the concept of adding to this contract the definitions of each state, choosing instead to pursue the approach of defining the Product, and allowing the Parties to make a representation that the Product complies with the requirement of an Applicable Program (and hence the controlling State law). The risks of fostering Balkanization with too many disparate definitions was overwhelming, and the working group instead chose to draft definitions that emphasize commonalities of the Products and Environmental Attributes, and under which RPS programs they qualify. The Parties should also comply with the Delivery requirements of the Applicable Program. For example in NEPOOL-GIS delivery contracts for REC purchases, the delivery could be either a non-revocable forward delivery, a revocable forward delivery, or trading period delivery, as these are all permitted by the NEPOOL-GIS Operating Rules. This should be worked out in contract negotiations and expressed in the Product Order by selection of theDelivery Type”. A voluntary credits transaction is mainly a financial transaction that may employ Green-e verification or attestations if required, which can also be worked out as a “delivery type” as well. Here is example language parties have used in contracts that either use NEPOOL or PJM facilitate a REC transfer, to illustrate.

Examples of Renewable energy credit in a sentence

  • See https://www.otpco.com/media/1318/mn_1201.pdf , page 2 of 8, Payment Schedule, Other: Wind Renewable Energy Credit of $0.054 cents/kWh.


More Definitions of Renewable energy credit

Renewable energy credit or “REC” means a tradable credit that represents all Environmental Attributes of one (1) megawatt hour of energy produced from a Renewable Energy Source.
Renewable energy credit or ("REC") means a tradable instrument comprised of all the Generation Attributes equal to 1 megawatt-hour of electricity derived from Eligible Energy Resources and that is used to track and verify compliance with the provisions of this Regulation. A REC does not include emission reduction credits and/or allowances encumbered or used by a Generation Unit for compliance with local, state, or federal operating and/or air quality permits associated with the 1 megawatt-hour of electricity.
Renewable energy credit means a tradable certificate of
Renewable energy credit means a tradable credit that represents the environmental attributes of a certain amount of energy produced from a renewable energy resource.
Renewable energy credit means a tradable certificate of proof of at least one megawatt-hour of an eligible renewable resource where the generation facility is not powered by fresh water, the certificate includes all of the nonpower attributes associated with that one megawatt-hour of electricity, and the certificate is verified by a renewable energy credit tracking system selected by the department.
Renewable energy credit or “REC” means a certificate of proof, issued through the accounting system established by the California Energy Commission pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 399.13, that one megawatt hour of electricity was generated and delivered by an eligible renewable energy resource. As specified in Public Utilities Code Section 399.12, Subdivision (g)(2), a REC includes all renewable and environmental attributes associated with the production of electricity from an eligible renewable energy resource, except for an emissions reduction credit issued pursuant to Section 40709 of the Health and Safety Code and any credits or payments associated with the reduction of solid waste and treatment benefits created by the utilization of biomass or biogas fuels.