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California Public Utilities Commission Adopts New Standard Offer Contract for Qualifying Facilities

May 8, 2020,   by Sarah Kozal

At its Voting Meeting today the Commission adopted a new standard offer contract available to any Qualifying Facility (QF) of 20 megawatts or less seeking to sell electricity to a...

Category: California FIT

FITs? Community-scale renewables poised for boost as California nears PURPA compliance again

April 24, 2020,   by Ed Smeloff

Community-scale renewable energy projects in California could get a much needed boost as the state’s energy regulator updates its compliance with the federal Public Utility Regulatory Policy Act...

Category: California FIT

LAUSD's Own 'Green New Deal' Calls For Ditching Non-Renewable Energy By 2040

December 2, 2019,   by Kyle Stokes

Under programs known as "Feed-in Tariff," solar power companies would pay LAUSD to use that space.

Category: California FIT

Los Angeles to expand home solar FiT scheme to 450 MW

September 26, 2019,  

The FiT scheme was introduced in 2013 and originally aimed at backing the installation of 150 MW of photovoltaic (PV) capacity. This target was achieved earlier this year, the Los Angeles Business...

Category: California FIT

California marks feed-in-tariff and community solar milestones

September 26, 2019,   by Cecilia Keating

Los Angeles’ municipal utility has tripled the size of its rooftop solar feed-in programme (FiT), growing it from 150MW to 450MW.

Category: California FIT

DWP Board Votes to Expand Program Paying People for Renewable Energy

September 25, 2019,  

The Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners today recommended expanding the Feed-in Tariff program, which pays people for feeding renewable energy to the department's grid.

Category: California FIT

Business, Civic Leaders Urge LADWP to Step up Local Solar Goals to Fill Gap from Phased out Power Plants

April 2, 2019,  

A broad coalition of business, environmental and civic leaders today called on the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to increase and accelerate its goals for generating local renewable...

Category: California FIT

California feed-in tariff not compliant with PURPA, federal court rules

December 11, 2017,   by Robert Walton

The U.S. District Court for Northern California sided with Winding Creek Solar, finding that California's Re-MAT program did not align with PURPA or federal regulations, but stopped short of offering...

Category: California FIT

Renewable Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Program

December 4, 2017,  

The Renewable Market Adjusting Tariff (ReMAT) is a feed-in tariff program for small renewable generators less than 3 MW in size. (Small bioenergy generators are procured through the Bioenergy Market...

Category: California FIT

MCE’s Fifth Local Solar Project Brought Online at Larkspur Cost Plus Plaza

December 13, 2016,   by Kalicia Pivirotto

This is the fourth FIT project, and the fifth local solar project completed for MCE, with one more set to come online early next year.

Category: California FIT

Palo Alto doubles down on solar energy

May 20, 2016,   by Gennady Sheyner

That was the day when members voted unanimously to construct a solar-power structure that will take up about four-fifths of the church's rear parking lot and turn the religious institution on East...

Category: California FIT

L.A. Port Adds 1.2 MW Solar Project Under City’s FIT Program

February 25, 2016,  

The project is part of the city’s rooftop solar feed-in tariff (FIT) program, which enables building owners to host large-scale rooftop solar projects and sell the power they generate to LADWP for...

Category: California FIT, News on Solar Energy

Los Angels Feed-in Tariff Program Dashboar

September 28, 2015,  

LADWP is implementing the largest FiT Program of any municipal utility in the nation. The goal is to achieve the target level of solar energy, catalyze the solar industry and create jobs, and...

Category: California FIT

Los Angeles can add more solar, study says

April 1, 2015,  

The department's feed-in-tariff can play a major role but so far only 6.5MW out of 100MW authorized under the program is in operation. The utility needs more resources and should streamline the...

Category: California FIT

Short staffing at LADWP blamed for slow solar rollout

March 28, 2015,   by Jed Kim

The researchers recommended that LADWP increase its full-time staff dedicated to processing approvals for the feed-in tariff program. . . “We need about four megawatts a month until the end of the...

Category: California FIT

San Francisco Chronicle: Agents search Michael Peevey’s home in PG&E judge-shopping case

January 28, 2015,   by Jaxon Van Derbeken

In an e-mail to Brown in January 2014, Cherry dangled PG&E’s backing for CPUC Chairman Peevey’s pet project — a $4 billion coal-gasification plant planned in Kern County — as a possible reward for...

Category: California FIT, Renewable Energy

Sonoma Clean Power Feed-in Tariff

January 27, 2015,  

Sonoma Clean Power lets you ProFIT by selling renewable power. ProFIT is what is known as a Feed-In Tariff, a renewable energy purchasing program which sets the rules and price for Sonoma Clean...

Category: California FIT

Argument for a California Community Feed-in Tariff or ComFIT

January 23, 2015,   by Paul Gipe

The solar, wind, and geothermal resources of the state of California are the people’s resource, and they should have a right to develop and own it. Today they are denied that opportunity....[more]

Category: California FIT

Saving California’s Small-Utility-Scale Renewable Energy Market

October 9, 2014,   by Tam Hunt

ReMAT applicants have no way of knowing what contract price they can obtain ahead of time. In contrast, knowing the contract price ahead of time is a substantial advantage of a feed-in tariff. It...

Category: California FIT

KCET: Does LADWP Want to Charge Solar Customers For Grid Access or Expand its FITs?

July 10, 2014,   by Chris Clarke

LADWP's existing feed-in tariff program is one of the largest of its kind in the United States, though with its current cap of 100 megawatts by 2016 it pales behind programs like the German feed-in...

Category: California FIT

Luskin Center: FIT 100 in Los Angeles: An Evaluation of Early Progress

February 13, 2014,   by J.R. DeShazo and Alex Turek

Last year, after five years of extensive research and advocacy efforts, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power embarked on a pioneering feed-in-tariff (FiT) program, designed to supply clean,...

Category: California FIT

What Will Replace the California Solar Initiative?

August 5, 2013,   by Tam Hunt

My preference is a robust feed-in tariff, but I recognize that the debate is complex and fair minds can differ on these issues.

Category: California FIT

Sierra Club California Asks Air Resources Board (CARB) about Feed-in Tariffs

August 5, 2013,   by Ed Mainland and Jim Stewart

In the Sierra Club's Questions on the AB32 Scoping Plan Update they asked whether CARB would recommend an integrated, comprehensive feed-in tariff (FiT) program for the state? FiTs have been...

Category: California FIT

LA Times: L.A. program lets DWP pay customers to generate solar power

June 26, 2013,   by Catherine Green

Initially, customers generating power in the city will receive 17 cents a kilowatt-hour, a price that gradually will decline for later projects to 14 cents; projects in Owens Valley, also home to DWP...

Category: California FIT

Glendale-News: Glendale to buy local power with feed-in tariff

May 29, 2013,   by Daniel Siegal

The council passed an ordinance on Tuesday adopting a so-called feed-in tariff program under which local generators of renewable energy can sign on for 10, 15, or 20 years to sell 100% of the power...

Category: California FIT

UCLA: Implementing Feed-in Tariff Programs: Comparative Analyses and Lessons Learned

May 24, 2013,   by J.R. DeShazo and Ryan Matulka

Category: California FIT

Solar Server: Solar feed-in tariff advocate Eric Garcetti elected mayor of Los Angeles

May 22, 2013,  

Garcetti has said that he plans to expand the city's feed-in tariff program to 1.2 GW, including 600 MW on public buildings. . . "If they can do 1,200 megawatts in Ontario, Canada, we can do it here...

Category: California FIT

CalPUC: Feed-In Tariffs Recent Developments

May 19, 2013,  

Proposed Decision / Alternate Proposed Decision to adopt a standard contract and revised tariffs for the revised FIT program were mailed to parties of record in R.11-05-005 . . .

Category: California FIT

Toby Couture’s Comments on LA’s 50 MW Feed-in Tariff Addition

April 19, 2013,   by Toby Couture

Toby Couture, one of the world’s authorities on feed-in tariffs, was recently asked to take a look at the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power’s announcement of an additional 50 MW in its feed-in...[more]

Category: California FIT

Renewables International: California fast-tracks 750 MW PV plant

February 28, 2013,   by Craig Morris

Los Angeles has adopted feed-in tariffs for solar, and a solar array the size of a coal plant is now going up nearby – so what's the problem? . . Renewables International reported on the five-fold...

Category: California FIT

Renewables International: Los Angeles solar feed-in tariffs program oversubscribed

February 26, 2013,   by Craig Morris

Officials at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power have announced that applications for solar projects eligible for feed-in tariffs exceeded the allotment more than fivefold. The...

Category: California FIT

Renewables International: LA's new feed-in tariffs in context

January 22, 2013,   by Craig Morris

Los Angeles adopted a relatively large feed-in tariff scheme this month that has drawn a lot of praise. Seen from Europe, the program certainly has an interesting design, but one wonders at a number...

Category: California FIT

Speakers Confirmed for 100% Renewables Conference in San Franciso April 16, 2013

October 30, 2012,  

The first international conference in the U.S. focused on 100% renewable energy targets and solutions . . .

Category: California FIT

Pathways To 100% Renewable Energy

October 1, 2012,  

The first international conference in the U.S. focused on 100% renewable energy targets and solutions April 16, 2013, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco. . .

Category: USA FIT, California FIT

Italian Solar Generation Surpasses Wind for First Time

August 30, 2012,   by Paul Gipe

Renewables Now Meet One-Quarter of Italy's Electricity Supply--Solar Produces Nearly Twice Italy's Famed Geothermal Power Plants--Italy's Per Capita Solar Five Times that of California . . .[more]

Category: Italy FIT, California FIT, News on Solar Energy

Palo Alto Online: Locals aren't buying Palo Alto's feed-in tariff-

August 20, 2012,  

Palo Alto may be land of the green and home of the tech-savvy, but the city's latest renewable-energy program has so far failed to achieve even a spark of participation from local customers, forcing...

Category: California FIT

CBE: California State Senate Committee Votes 7-4 in favor of ground-breaking feed-in tariff program for poor communities

July 3, 2012,  

AB 1990, the Solar for All bill, passed the Senate Utility, Energy and Communications Committee with a vote of 7 to 4. The bill now moves to the Senate floor. AB 1990 has already passed California's...

Category: California FIT

California Feed-in Tariff for Poor Communities Passes Assembly

May 31, 2012,   by Paul Gipe

A bill to create feed-in tariffs for the poor and the disadvantaged passed the California Assembly on 30 May 2012.[more]

Category: California FIT

Los Angeles City Council Passes 10 MW "Demonstration" Solar Bidding Program

April 5, 2012,   by Paul Gipe

Program Could Deliver 0.5% of Generation Three Years After Gainesville Two Decades after Aachen But is it a Feed-in Tariff?[more]

Category: California FIT

Palo Alto New Solar Program

February 24, 2012,  

Category: California FIT

Environment California Calls for Solar FIT-

January 24, 2012,  

Category: California FIT

Presentation by Gipe Verdexchange 2012 M4D on Assessing Federal Policies

January 23, 2012,  

Category: California FIT

Presentation by Gipe Verdexchange 2012 M2A on Utility Tariffs

January 23, 2012,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT

Palo Alto Proposes Limited Solar Feed-in Tariff

October 11, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

  Palo Alto's municipal utility has proposed a limited feed-in tariff program for solar photovoltaics (solar PV) only. The California city is home to Stanford University and has a population of...[more]

Category: California FIT

Presentation by Paul Gipe on Electricity Rebels--Creating an Energy Revolution for the Bakersfield Cactus & Succulent Society

September 13, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Palo Alto: City's newest programs seeks to turn local businesses into renewable-energy providers

August 15, 2011,   by Gennady Sheyner

Category: California FIT

California Governor's Conference on Feed-in Tariffs for Local Generation

July 25, 2011,  

This two-day conference will explore these challenges in detail by catalyzing discussions between experts, regulators and other stakeholder groups. The invitation-only conference will be highly...

Category: California FIT

California's Solar Program Costs More Than German Feed-in Tariffs

July 6, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

Germans Paying Nearly One-Fourth Less per Kilowatt-hour for Solar than Californians Should California Simply Adopt German Solar Tariffs?[more]

Category: California FIT

Distributed Geothermal in California Can Add 7% of Supply

May 24, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

What Feed-in Tariff Prices Are Necessary?[more]

Category: California FIT

New California Governor Jerry Brown Calls for Feed-in Tariffs to Develop Distributed Generation

January 3, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

  In an undated posting on Governor Jerry Brown's campaign web site, the then candidate called for building 12,000 MW of distributed generation out of 20,000 MW of new renewable...[more]

Category: California FIT

Riverside, California: Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energy

January 1, 2011,  

Time-of-Use tariff. . .

Category: California FIT

The California Solar Paradox: Why Does DRA Overlook the Cost Control Feature of Feed-in Tariffs?

November 3, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  The Division of Ratepayer Advocates (DRA)'s recent report "California's Solar PV Paradox" attempts to explain why the price for utility-managed solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in California was...[more]

Category: California FIT

Craig Morris: Utility-scale Solar PV Prices Increasing in California b

October 20, 2010,   by Craig Morris

Category: California FIT

Key Elements Necessary for a Successful California Renewable Energy Sources Act by Paul Gipe

October 19, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT

Presentation by Paul Gipe to the California Green Assembly

September 11, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Feed-in Tariff Conference Rallies Audience in San Francisco

July 22, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  Germany Headed for 50% of Electricity from Renewables by 2020 Germany has 20% of PV on home rooftops; 57% on farmers' barns Europe Requiring 40% Renewables in Electricity by 2020 RPS Failing in...[more]

Category: California FIT

Summary of the Bernard Chabot FIT Price-Setting Workshop in San Francisco

July 18, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  Bernard Chabot presented a full-day workshop July 13 in San Francisco on how to use the Profitability Index Method to calculate feed-in tariffs for wind and solar energy. This is the third Chabot...[more]

Category: California FIT

LABC Proposes Los Angeles Solar Feed-in Tariffs

July 8, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Modest Program Limited to 60 MW per Year--Only 3% of Supply Envisions First Multi-Tiered Differentiated Solar PV Tariffs in US[more]

Category: California FIT

Robust Feed-in Tariffs Subject of San Francisco Conference July 12, 2010

June 15, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  A Who's Who of renewable energy advocates is gathering in San Francisco on July 12, 2010 for a one-day conference on how to design robust feed-in tariffs. Titled "Feed-in Tariffs: A Time for Real...[more]

Category: California FIT

Sierra Club Chapter Sponsors Feed-in Tariff Pricing Workshop in San Francisco 13 July, 2010

May 25, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  The Kern-Kaweah Chapter of the Sierra Club is sponsoring a technical workshop on how to accurately set feed-in tariff prices for renewable energy. The workshop will be held at the Sierra Club's...[more]

Category: California FIT

San Francisco Feed-in Tariff Price-Setting Workshop with Bernard Chabot

May 13, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  Bernard Chabot will lead a feed-in tariff price-setting technical workshop on 13 July, 2010 in San Francisco, California. The workshop features an extensive technical discussion of the...[more]

Category: California FIT, USA FIT

San Francisco Feed-in Tariff Price-Setting Workshop with Bernard Chabot

May 13, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  Bernard Chabot will lead a feed-in tariff price-setting technical workshop on 13 July, 2010 in San Francisco, California. The workshop features an extensive technical discussion of the...[more]

Category: California FIT

California Resting on Green Laurels

April 21, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  California’s Solar Scorecard By THE EDITORS (New York Times) Paul Gipe The Golden State has long had a reputation as a leader in renewable energy development. California’s accomplishments in...[more]

Category: California FIT

Sierra Club California Urges Increasing Solar PV 30 Times with FITs

April 14, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  Sierra Club California has called for increasing the role of solar PV in the state more than 30 times that of today through a system of feed-in tariffs. The environmental group's recommendation...[more]

Category: California FIT

SB 32 CalSIA FIT Bill Becomes Law--Could Bring Incremental Improvement

April 9, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  SB 32, one of several feed-in tariff bills in the California legislature passed the night of September 11, 2009. Governor Schwarzenegger signed the bill into law October 11, 2009. The bill was...[more]

Category: California FIT

Solar PV in Los Angeles: The Emperor Has No Clothes, Says UCLA

April 8, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Report Calls for Designing Feed-in Tariffs That Work[more]

Category: California FIT

San Francisco Chronicle: Incentives would power solar sector

February 23, 2010,   by Tom Rooney

Category: California FIT

Presentation by Paul Gipe on Feed-in Tariff Policy for the Local Clean Power Conference

February 10, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Presentation by Paul Gipe on Accelerating Deployment of RE for VerdeXchange

January 24, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Presentation by Paul Gipe on Globalizing Successful RE Policy for VerdeXchange

January 24, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Presentation by Paul Gipe on Feed-in Tariffs for Verdexchange, Los Angeles

January 23, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Chabot 2010 Price-Setting Workshops Advanced Preparation

January 15, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

  One of the purposes of the workshops is to learn a technique for calculating the tariffs needed to cover the "cost of generation plus a reasonable profit" that is a hallmark of successful feed-in...[more]

Category: USA FIT, California FIT

Al Rosen's Letter to the LA Times on feed-in tariffs article

December 14, 2009,   by Al Rosen

  Mr. Chu (Los Angeles Times: I am a developer trying to build a 1.5 MW solar PV plant under the “CREST” program (California’s feed-in tariff program) and a member of Solar Santa Monica’s Advisory...[more]

Category: California FIT

LA Times: Germany shows government role is key to thriving solar industry

December 12, 2009,   by Henry Chu

Category: California FIT

The clean energy potential in our backyard-

December 9, 2009,   by Nancy Skinner and Ethan Elkind

Category: California FIT

Presentation by Paul Gipe at UCLA Greening North America

October 22, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Presentation by Paul Gipe at the Conference on Clean Tech at Southwestern Law School

September 18, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT, Presentations by Paul Gipe

Gunther Portofolio: California Reversal of Feed-in Tariff Auction Proposal

September 8, 2009,   by Edgar A. Gunther

Category: California FIT

Senator Kehoe AB 1106 California Feed-in Tariff Policy--support if amended

August 12, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  The Honorable Senator Christine Kehoe Chair, Senate Appropriations Committee State Capitol, Room 5050 Sacramento, CA 95814 By FAX to: (916) 327-2188 RE: AB 1106 California Feed-in Tariff Policy-...[more]

Category: California FIT

Sierra Club California Feed-in Tariff Filings & Comments

August 12, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  Sierra Club California has actively supported development of feed-in tariff policy in the Golden State. Sierra Club activists in California have an integral part of efforts to move California...[more]

Category: California FIT

SMUD Announces "Feed-in Tariffs"-But Can Program Deliver as Promised?

July 24, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

Questions Surround Possible Effectiveness of Program[more]

Category: California FIT

California Feed-in Tariff Bill, AB 1106, Amended

July 17, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  California's State Senate amended AB 1106 on June 25, 2009 and again on July 15, 2009. The bill has now been amended by the Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee and reported to...[more]

Category: California FIT

Letter to Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee: AB 1106 - support if amended

July 2, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  The Honorable Alex Padilla Chair, Senate Energy Utilities and Communications Committee State Capitol, Sacramento, CA 95814 By FAX to: 916-445-1389 RE: AB 1106 - support if amended Dear Senator...[more]

Category: California FIT

Letter to Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee: AB 1106 - support if amended

July 2, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  The Honorable Alex Padilla Chair, Senate Energy Utilities and Communications Committee State Capitol, Sacramento, CA 95814 By FAX to: 916-445-1389 RE: AB 1106 - support if amended Dear Senator...[more]

Category: California FIT

California's Attorney General Says Feed-in Tariffs Legal in USA

June 29, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  In a significant filing June 25, 2009 California's Attorney General (AG) argued that feed-in tariffs as proposed in California are not only permitted under federal law but that they should be used...[more]

Category: California FIT

California Feed-In Tariff Design and Policy Options (CEC-300-2008-009-F)

May 4, 2009,  

Category: California FIT, Renewable Tariff Design & Model Policies

California PUC to Hold Workshop on Feed-in Tariffs

January 23, 2009,  

  The California Public Utility Commission (PUC) will hold a workshop on "Renewable Feed-in Tariffs" on February 10, 2009 in San Francisco. The workshop notice is the first formal response by the...[more]

Category: California FIT

CEC Recommends Cost-Based Feed-in Tariff

January 5, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

Tariffs for Projects up to 20 MW Tariffs Differentiated by Technology and Project Size[more]

Category: California FIT

Santa Monica To Study Feed Law

January 5, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  Santa Monica's city council ordered staff to study the steps necessary to implement a feed-in tariff on December 2, 2008. The city, a part of the Los Angeles conurbation, joins a rapidly growing...[more]

Category: California FIT

Filing Comments on the CEC's Feed-in Tariff Final Report

December 3, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  Please take a moment to file comments on the California Energy Commission's final workshop on feed-in tariffs that was held December 1, 2008. While detailed comments are always helpful to the CEC...[more]

Category: California FIT

Paul Gipe Comments on CEC Feed-in Tariff Final Report

December 3, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

Category: California FIT

California Renewable Energy Sources Act Proposed Tariffs

December 3, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  The following table lists proposed tariffs that could be incorporated as part of a California Renewable Energy Sources Act.   [more]

Category: California FIT

Feed-in Tariffs Right for California and the Nation

December 2, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  After months of deliberation, with testimony from all sectors of the economy, the California Energy Commission is expected to soon call for a new policy intended to pump renewed vigor into the...[more]

Category: California FIT

CEC Presentation Summary and Final Recommendations on Feed-in Tariffs for California

December 1, 2008,   by CEC Staff

Category: California FIT, Renewable Tariff Design & Model Policies

Continent's Largest Municipal Utility Proposes Solar Feed-in Tariff

November 30, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced to much fanfare on November 24 that the city's municipal utility would launch one of the continent's largest solar power programs. The mayor's...[more]

Category: California FIT

California Air Resources Board Suggests Feed-in Tariff

November 28, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  In a 122 page report on how the Golden State can meet its proposed targets for greenhouse gas reduction, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has suggested that feed-in tariffs is one option...[more]

Category: California FIT

Los Angeles Solar Plan Press Release

November 24, 2008,   by Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa

Category: California FIT

CEC 2007 IEPR Excerpts

November 19, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  Excerpts from 2007 Integrated Energy Policy Report p 124 Chapter 4: Using Renewable Resources to Meet Energy Needs The resulting market price referent, 93 however, fails to properly consider...[more]

Category: California FIT

Sierra Club California Comments on CEC Feed-in Tariff Proposal

October 10, 2008,  

Category: California FIT

Documents on CEC's Staff Workshop: Renewable Energy "Feed-In" Tariffs

October 1, 2008,  

Category: California FIT, Renewable Tariff Design & Model Policies

California's Lieutenant Governor Calls for Feed-in Tariffs

August 18, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  Speaking extemporaneously at the conclusion of the German-American Chamber of Commerce's Solar Symposium on July 14, 2008 in San Francisco, John Garamendi, California's Lieutenant Governor, said...[more]

Category: California FIT

California Ratepayer Advocates Suggest Feed-in Tariffs

August 8, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

in Opposition to Edison Proposal[more]

Category: California FIT

The California Feed-in Tariff Act of 2008

April 5, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  On March 28, 2008 Assembly Member Felipe Fuentes substantially amended AB 1807: The California Feed-in Tariff Act of 2008. Most importantly, the amendments greatly strengthened the bill by...[more]

Category: California FIT

California Feed-in Tariff Bills 2008

February 28, 2008,   by Paul Gipe

  Two feed-in tariff bills have also been introduced into the California State Assembly. AB 1920, though labeled a feed-in tariff, amends California policy on net metering, and AB 1807 implements...[more]

Category: California FIT

Terry Tamminen on Feed-in Tariffs in California

December 26, 2007,   by Paul Gipe

  Follow the link to an audio interview with Terry Tamminen on feed-in tariffs in California and on the cost of America's addiction to oil. Tamminen believes that California's Renewable Portfolio...[more]

Category: California FIT

California Energy Commission To Recommend Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs

December 4, 2007,   by Paul Gipe

First Formal Endorsement of the Policy in the USA[more]

Category: California FIT

California Energy Commission Weighs Feed-in Tariff

June 3, 2007,   by Paul Gipe

  The continuing failure of California's much vaunted Renewable Portofolio Standard (RPS) to develop any significant amount of renewable energy has prompted some commissioners at the California...[more]

Category: California FIT

Solar for Energy Hogs: The California Example

February 19, 2007,   by Steven Letendre

Category: California FIT, News on Solar Energy

General Description of Standard Offer Contracts in California during the 1980s

August 18, 2004,   by CAPUC

Category: California FIT

Standard Offer Contract No. 1

February 24, 1989,   by CAPUC

Category: California FIT

Standard Offer Contract No. 3

February 24, 1989,   by CAPUC

Category: California FIT

Standard Offer Contract No. 4

September 7, 1983,   by CAPUC

Category: California FIT

Renewable Energy World: Feed-in Tariff Success in Los Angeles Results in Full 150 MW Program in 2013

January 10, 1970,  

Because contracts for the initial 10 MW have yet to be signed, pricing for this program is still unknown, but will likely be in line with other solar projects in the area. A representative of the...

Category: California FIT

LADWP Holds Feed-in Tariff (FiT) Program Workshops

January 7, 1970,  

Begun with a pilot phase for 10 megawatts last summer, the FiT Program offers an opportunity for customers or other third parties to develop and generate rooftop photovoltaic power that will be...

Category: California FIT

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