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RAPID/Hydropower/Alaska/Power Plant +A public utility may need to obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) from the [[Regulatory Commission of Alaska]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Alaska/Transmission +A public utility may need to obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) from the [[Regulatory Commission of Alaska]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/California/Power Plant +California does not have a state specific comprehensive facility licensing process for hydropower development.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/California/Transmission +Public utilities may need to obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[California Public Utilities Commission]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Power Plant +“Public utilities” need a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN), from the [[Colorado Public Utilities Commission]], in order to construct or operate a facility or an extension of a facility. The [[Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]] has jurisdiction over most hydroelectric projects, including primary transmission lines required for the project. However, a developer may need to obtain a CPCN from the Commission for transmission line extension projects, interconnected group net-metered hydroelectric power systems, and conduit projects less than five megawatts. [[Colorado Code of Regulations 4 CCR 723-3, Rules Regulating Electric Utilities]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Transmission +A “public utility” and “cooperative electrical associations” which choose not to be regulated as public utilities must obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Colorado Public Utilities Commission]].[[Code of Colorado Regulations 4 CCR 723-3, Rules Regulating Electric Utilities|4 CCR 723-3-3206, Construction or Extension of Transmission Facilities]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Illinois/Transmission +A developer must obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity “…prior to any [public] utility construction…” from the [[Illinois Commerce Commission]] (“ICC”). [[Illinois Public Utilities Act (220 I.L.C.S §§ 5 et seq.)]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Indiana/Transmission +A developer, who does not operate as a public utility in the state of Indiana, but plans to build transmission lines in the state capable of carrying voltages of 100kV or greater, must obtain authority to operate as a public utility from the Indiana Regulatiry Commission. Afterwards, the developer needs to obtain siting permissions from local authorities where the proposed transmission lien will be located. [[Indiana – Indiana Code §§ 8-1-38 et seq., Transmission Reliability|Indiana Code § 8-1-38]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Iowa/Transmission +A developer must obtain an Electric Transmission Line Franchise ("Franchise") from the [[Iowa Utilities Board]] in order to construct transmission lines capable of carrying a voltage of 69kV or greater across public or private lands in the state. [[Iowa – Iowa Code §§ 478 et seq., Electric Transmission Lines]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Minnesota/Transmission +In Minnesota, a developer must obtain a Certificate of Need from the [[Minnesota Public Utilities Commission]] to site or construct a large energy facility. [[Minnesota – Minn. Stat. §§ 216B et seq., Public Utilities|Minn. Stat. §216B.243(2)]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Mississippi/Transmission +A developer may need to obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Mississippi Public Service Commission]] for the construction of transmission lines associated with a hydropower facility. [[Mississippi – Miss. Code Ann. §§ 77-3-14 et seq., Certificates of public convenience and necessity required for construction of electrical generating and transmitting facilities|Miss. Code Ann. § 77-3-14(1)]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Missouri/Transmission +In Missouri, an electrical corporation must obtain a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) from the Missouri Public Service Commission (MPSC) prior to constructing an electric plant. [[Missouri – Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 393.010 et seq., Gas, Electric, Water, Heating and Sewer Companies|Mo. Rev. Stat. § 393.170.1]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/New York/Power Plant +Electric corporations must obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[New York Department of Public Service|New York Public Service Commission]] before beginning construction of an electric plant. [[New York – Public Service Law]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/North Dakota/Transmission +A developer must obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[North Dakota Public Service Commission]] before constructing transmission lines. [[North Dakota – N.D. Century Code §§ 49-03 et seq., Electric Utility Franchise|N.D.C.C. § 49-03-01(2)]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Ohio/Transmission +A major utility facility may need to obtain a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need from the Ohio Power Siting Board prior to preparing a site for the construction of an electric transmission line. [[Ohio – Ohio Rev. Code §§ 4906.01 et seq., Power Siting|Ohio Rev. Code. § 4906.04]]; [[Ohio – Ohio Rev. Code §§ 4906.01 et seq., Power Siting|Ohio Rev. Code. § 4906.98(A)]]  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Tennessee/Transmission +A developer must obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CCN) from the [[Tennessee Public Utility Commission]] to construct or operate a "line, plant, or system" for the public sale of electricity. [[Tennessee – Tenn. Code Ann. §65-4-201 et seq., Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity|Tenn. Code Ann. §65-4-208(a)]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Vermont/Power Plant +Any energy company must obtain a Certificate of Public Good (CPG) from the [[Vermont Public Service Board]] (VPSB) before beginning construction of a proposed project. A hydropower developer must obtain a CPG from the VPSB for transmission line extension project, or an interconnected group net-metered hydroelectric power system. The Board will review the proposed project on a site-specific basis analyzing the environmental, economic and social impacts of the proposed project before issuing a CPG.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Vermont/Transmission +A "company" must obtain a Certificate of Public Good from the [[Vermont Public Service Board]] to construct any transmission or generation facility. [[Title 30 Chapter 5 |30 V.S.A. § 248 et seq.]]  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Washington/Power Plant +Washington does not have a state specific comprehensive facility licensing process for hydropower development.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Washington/Transmission +Washington does not a have a state specific certificate process for transmission line development.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Wisconsin/Transmission +A developer may need to obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the [[Wisconsin Public Service Commission]] before constructing transmission lines with a capacity of 100 kV or greater. [[Wisconsin – 196 Wis. Stat. §§ 196.01 et seq., Regulation of Public Utilities|196 Wis. Stat.§ 196.491]].  +