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Property Name RPS
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RAPID/Hydropower/Alaska/Power Plant +Alaska does not have a mandatory or a voluntary renewable portfolio standard.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Arkansas/Power Plant +Arkansas does not have a mandatory or a voluntary renewable portfolio standard.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/California/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities and municipal utilities must procure 50% of their retail sales from eligible renewable energy resources by 2030. Certain generating facilities must also obtain a certificate from the [[California Energy Commission]] for RPS purposes. [[California Public Resource Code §§ 25740-25751, Renewable Energy Resources Program|Cal. Pub. Res. Code §§ 25740-25751]]; [[California Public Utility Code §§ 399.11-399.32, California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program|Cal. Pub. Util. Code §§ 399.11-399.16]].California also requires a facility to become RPS certified. A facility must be capable of producing electrical generation that may be used by a retail seller or publicly owned electric utility to satisfy its RPS procurement requirements. To qualify for RPS certification, a facility must use one or more eligible renewable energy resources identified by the California Energy Commission. [[California Energy Commission, Renewables Portfolio Standard Eligibility Guidebook|Renewables Portfolio Standard Eligibility Guidebook, at p.5]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities must procure 30% of their retail sales from eligible renewable energy resources by 2020.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Illinois/Power Plant +Large investor-owned electric utilities and alternative retail electric suppliers must procure 25% of eligible retail electricity sales from renewable energy by 2025. [[Illinois – I.L.C.S. §§ 20-3855 et seq., Illinois Power Agency Act| I.L.C.S. § 20-3855]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Indiana/Power Plant +Indiana has a voluntary clean energy portfolio standard program. Utilities participating in the program must procure 10% of energy supplied from clean energy by 2025, based on the amount of electricity supplied by the utility in 2010, to receive program incentives. [[Indiana – Ind. Code. §§ 8-1-27 et seq., Voluntary Clean Energy Portfolio Standard|Ind. Code. §8-1-27]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Iowa/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities (MidAmerican Energy and Alliant Energy) must own or contract for a combined total of 105 MW of renewable generating capacity and associated energy production pursuant to Iowa's Alternative Energy Production law. [[Iowa – Iowa Code §§ 476 et seq., Public Utility Regulation|Iowa Code § 476.41]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Kentucky/Power Plant +Kentucky does not have a mandatory or voluntary renewable portfolio standard.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Louisiana/Power Plant +Louisiana does not have a mandatory or voluntary renewable portfolio standard.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Minnesota/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities, municipal utilities, and cooperative utilities operating in the state must procure or generate at least 25% of retail electricity sales using eligible renewable sources by 2025. [[Minnesota – Minn. Stat. §§ 216B et seq., Public Utilities|Minn. Stat. 216B.1691]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Mississippi/Power Plant +Mississippi does not currently have a Renewable Portfolio Standard.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Missouri/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities must procure 15% of their annual retail sales from eligible renewable technologies by 2021. [[Missouri – Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 393 et seq., Gas, Electric, Water, Heating and Sewer Companies|Mo. Rev. Stat. § 393.1030]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/New York/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities must procure 50% of their retail sales from eligible renewable energy resources by 2030.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/North Dakota/Power Plant +North Dakota has a voluntary renewable portfolio objective to procure 10% of all retail electricity sold in the state from renewable energy and recycled energy by 2015.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Ohio/Power Plant +Retail electric service providers, excluding municipal utilities and electric cooperatives, must meet annual renewable energy and solar benchmarks to achieve a program mandate of deriving 12.5% of annual retail electricity supply from renewable energy by 2027. [[Ohio – Ohio Rev. Code Ann. §§ 4928.64 et seq., Electric distribution utility to provide electricity from alternative energy resources|Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 4928.64]]; [[Ohio – Ohio Admin. Code 4901:1-40-01 et seq., Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard|Ohio Admin. Code 4901:1-40-01]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Pennsylvania/Power Plant +Electric distribution companies and electric distribution suppliers must procure 18% of electricity using alternative energy resources by 2021 with annual benchmarks for percentages pertaining to specific renewable technologies. [[Pennsylvania – 73 Pa. Stat. § 1648.7 et seq., Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards|73 Pa. Stat. §§ 1648.7]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Tennessee/Power Plant +Tennessee does not have a mandatory or a voluntary renewable portfolio standard.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Vermont/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities, municipal utilities, cooperative utilities and retail suppliers must procure 75% of their retail sales from eligible renewable energy resources by 2032.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Washington/Power Plant +Investor-owned utilities, municipal utilities, and cooperative utilities must procure 15% of their retail sales from eligible renewable energy resources by 2020.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/West Virginia/Power Plant +West Virginia does not have a mandatory or a voluntary renewable portfolio standard.  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Wisconsin/Power Plant +Investor owned utilities, municipal utilities, and electric cooperatives must meet specified requirements to obtain the statewide renewable energy mandate of 10% renewable electricity by 2015. After 2015, Wisconsin required electric providers to maintain a 6% increase in renewable electricity based on a (2001-2003) baseline. [[Wisconsin – 196 Wis. Stat. §§ 196.01 et seq., Regulation of Public Utilities|196 Wis. Stat. §196.378]].  +