Credit toward compliance with renewable portfolio standard
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(1) Any electricity produced from a solar photovoltaic energy system that is physically located in this state may be used by an electric company to comply with the renewable portfolio standard established under ORS 469A.005 (Definitions) to 469A.210 (Goal for community-based renewable energy projects).
(2) For each kilowatt-hour of electricity produced from a qualifying system that first becomes operational before January 1, 2016, and has a nameplate capacity of between 500 kilowatts and five megawatts of alternating current, the Public Utility Commission shall credit the electric company with two kilowatt-hours of qualifying electricity toward the electric company’s compliance with the renewable portfolio standard under ORS 469A.005 (Definitions) to 469A.210 (Goal for community-based renewable energy projects), up to a maximum of 20 megawatts of capacity. [2009 c.748 §4; 2016 c.28 §24]
Note: See note under 757.360 (Definitions for ORS 757.360 to 757.380).
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