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Property Name Incentive/PrcntRenew
Property Type String
Description Percent Renewables.

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CT Clean Energy Communities (Connecticut) +18% by 2020  +
City of Albuquerque - Green Power Purchasing (New Mexico) +20%  +
City of Ann Arbor - Green Power Purchasing (Michigan) +30% by 2015 in municipal operations<br /> 5% by 2015 in community-wide operations  +
City of Aspen - Green Power Purchasing (Colorado) +100% by 2020 (goal)  +
City of Austin - Green Power Purchasing (Texas) +Goal of 100% by 2012  +
City of Bellingham - Green Power Purchasing (Washington) +100%  +
City of Boston - Green Power Purchasing (Massachusetts) +11% by 2007 <br /> 15% by 2012  +
City of Chicago - Green Power Purchasing (Illinois) +20%  +
City of Dallas - Green Energy Purchasing (Texas) +40%  +
City of Davis - Green Power Purchasing (California) +Approximately 1,600,000 to 2,000,000 kWh per year  +
City of Evanston - Green Power Purchase (Illinois) +20%  +
City of Grand Rapids - Green Power Purchasing Policy (Michigan) +22% under current purchase; goal of 100% by 2020  +
City of Houston - Green Power Purchasing (Texas) +35%  +
City of Lansing - Green Power Purchasing Policy (Michigan) +20% by 2020  +
City of Los Angeles - Green Power Purchasing (California) +14%  +
City of Madison - Green Power Purchasing (Wisconsin) +25% by 2025  +
City of Philadelphia - Green Power Purchasing (Pennsylvania) +20% (2.93 million MWh) by 2015*<br /> Solar: 57.8 MW by 2021  +
City of San Diego - Green Power Purchasing (California) +50 MW across the region with 5 MW for City owned facilities by 2013  +
City of San Francisco - Renewable Energy Purchasing (California) +Approximately 10 MW solar and 30 MW wind  +
City of San Francisco Solar Program (California) +7 MW by 2004; 28 MW by 2008; 50 MW by 2012  +
City of Santa Monica - Green Power Purchasing (California) +100%  +
City of Scottsdale - Green Power Purchasing (Arizona) +40,500 kWh/year  +
Clark County - Green Power Purchasing (Washington) +10%  +
Clean Energy Procurement (Maryland) +20%  +
Conway - Green Power Purchasing (South Carolina) +10,000 kWh per month  +
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Delaware - Green Power Requirement For State Facilities (Delaware) +20% by FY 2012 and 30% by FY 2013  +
Denver - Green Power Purchasing (Colorado) +Approximately 600,000 kwh annually  +
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Green Power Purchase Commitment (Rhode Island) +1,650 MWh per year  +
Green Power Purchase Plan (Connecticut) +Goal: 20% by 2010; 50% by 2020; 100% by 2050  +
Green Power Purchasing (Maine) +100%  +
Green Power Purchasing (Wisconsin) +20% by 12/31/11  +
Green Power Purchasing Commitment (Massachusetts) +15% by 2020; 30% by 2030  +
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Honolulu - Solar Bond (Hawaii) +7.85 million bond  +
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Illinois - Green Power Purchasing (Illinois) +3% by 2007; 4% by 2008; 5% by 2009  +
Indiana - Green Power Purchasing (Indiana) +10% by 2010 for state buildings in Marion County, IN  +
Iowa - Green Power Procurement (Iowa) +10% by 2010  +
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Moab - Green Power Community (Utah) +3.2%  +
Montgomery County - Green Power Purchasing (Maryland) +25%(2012)  +
Montgomery County - Wind Power Purchasing (Pennsylvania) +100%  +
Myrtle Beach - Green Power Purchasing (South Carolina) +4.4%  +
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Nassau County - Green Power Purchasing Policy (New York) +25% by 2010  +
New Jersey - Green Power Purchasing (New Jersey) +10%  +
North Myrtle Beach - Green Power Purchasing (South Carolina) +25,000 kWh per month  +
Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council - Aggregation (Ohio) +2%  +
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Pennsylvania - Green Power Purchasing (Pennsylvania) +50% under most recent purchase  +
Plano - Renewable Energy Purchasing Policy (Texas) +5%  +
Portland - Green Power Purchasing & Generation (Oregon) +12% (current); 100% (goal for 2012); 5 MW of solar in Portland by 2012  +
Prince George's County - Green Power Purchasing (Maryland) +10% in 2008 with further goal of 20% in 2011 if practical  +
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Renewable Power Procurement Policy (New York) +10% by 2005; 20% by 2010  +
Rhode Island - Green Power Purchasing (Rhode Island) +Goal: 20% by 2011  +
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Salt Lake City - Green Power Purchasing (Utah) +1,557 kWh of wind-generated electricity per month  +
Santa Barbara County - Green Power Purchasing (California) +up to 90%  +
Seattle - Green Power Purchasing (Washington) +175 MW  +
South Carolina Municipalities - Green Power Purchasing (South Carolina) +Cities and Towns purchase green power in 200-kWh blocks of electricity  +
Suffolk County - Green Power Purchasing Policy (New York) +2005 goal of 5%; 2010 goal of 25%  +