Greenhouse gas emissions standard applicable to electric companies and electricity service suppliers
(1) The greenhouse gas emissions standard that applies to electric companies and electricity service suppliers is 1,100 pounds of greenhouse gases per megawatt-hour for a generating facility.
(2) The greenhouse gas emissions standard applies only to carbon dioxide emissions.
(3) For purposes of applying the emissions standard to cogeneration facilities, the Public Utility Commission shall establish an output-based methodology to ensure that the calculation of emissions of greenhouse gases for cogeneration facilities recognizes the total usable energy output of the process and includes all greenhouse gases emitted by the facility in the production of both electrical and thermal energy. [2009 c.751 §2; 2013 c.172 §2]
Note: See note under 757.522 (Definitions for ORS 757.522 to 757.536).
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