Renewable Energy Standard definition

Renewable Energy Standard means the requirements established pursuant to R.I.G.L. § 39-26-1 et seq. and the regulations promulgated thereunder that requires all retail electricity sellers in Rhode Island (except Block Island Power Company and Pascoag Utility District) to provide a minimum percentage of electricity from eligible renewable energy resources, and such successor laws and regulations as may be in effect from time to time.
Renewable Energy Standard or “RES” means the Renewable Energy Standard adopted by the State in the CES Order.

Examples of Renewable Energy Standard in a sentence

  • Commission Findings At an Open Meeting held on July 1, 2015, the PUC approved National Grid’s 2016 Renewable Energy Standard Procurement Plan as filed, finding it to be consistent with the policy and provisions of the Renewable Energy Standard.

  • Scanlon Date Docket No. 4556 - National Grid – 2016 Standard Offer Service (SOS) and Renewable Energy Standard (RES) Procurement PlansService List updated 5/29/15 Name/AddressE-mail DistributionPhoneJennifer Brooks Hutchinson, Esq.

  • Subject to Sections 3.4(h) and 4.7(b), the Facility shall be a Newly Developed Renewable Energy Resource, qualified by the PUC as eligible to participate in the Renewable Energy Standard program underR.I.G.L. § 39-26-1 et seq., and shall have a commercial operation date, as verified by the PUC, on or after June 1, 2015.

  • States with EERS Program for CHP or Waste Heat to Power54 Arizona – Renewable Energy Standard: In 2006, the ACC approved the Renewable Energy Standard and Tariff (REST), which requires 25 percent of covered utilities’ electricity to come from renewable sources by 2025.

  • The Narragansett Electric Company d/b/a National Grid (“National Grid” or the “Company”) issued its Request for Proposals (“RFP”) to Provide NEPOOL-GIS Certificates in Compliance with the Rhode Island Renewable Energy Standard (“RES”)1 on November 25, 2015 directly to the renewable generators who have filed their renewable energy applications for certification with the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (“RIPUC”) and organizations that have expressed interest in receiving RFPs from National Grid.

More Definitions of Renewable Energy Standard

Renewable Energy Standard means a United States Federal law or a State law that is legally applicable to TVA and requires TVA to achieve a percentage of its annual electric power sales to end-use customers through production or purchase of specified renewable energy sources and/or through the acquisition of RECs or payment of an Alternative Compliance Payment.
Renewable Energy Standard means the electric resource standard for eligible energy resources specified in § 40-2-124, C.R.S.
Renewable Energy Standard or “RES” means the Renewable Energy Standard adopted by the State in the CES Order or as subsequently adopted in statute.
Renewable Energy Standard means the Renewable Energy Standard adopted by the State as may be amended from time to time.
Renewable Energy Standard means the minimum renewable
Renewable Energy Standard means a target share or amount of renewable low impact electricity to be supplied by a load serving entity;