energy demand

Delaware- Incentives/Policies for Renewables & Efficiency

Source/Sponsor: 
Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)
Creator/Author: 
Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)
Description: 

The database provides summaries of state financial incentives and rules, regulations, and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Link to DSIRE website:  Delaware page

Resource Type: 
Website
State: 

Maine- Incentives/Policies for Renewables & Efficiency

Source/Sponsor: 
Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)
Creator/Author: 
Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)
Description: 

The database provides summaries of state financial incentives and rules, regulations, and policies that promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Link to DSIRE website:  Maine page

Resource Type: 
Website
State: 

2011 Wind Technologies Market Report

Source/Sponsor: 
US Department of Energy (DOE), Lawrence Berkeley Energy Laboratory (LBL)
Creator/Author: 
US Department of Energy (DOE), Lawrence Berkeley Energy Laboratory (LBL)
Description: 
The report provides a detailed overview of developments and trends in the US wind power market, including areas of installation growth, price, cost, and performance, as well as market and policy drivers.
pdf
Publication Date: 
Thursday, July 26, 2012
3 MB
Resource Type: 
Document

Virginia Energy Plan 2007

Source/Sponsor: 
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME)
Creator/Author: 
Virginia Energy Plan Advisory Group
Description: 
The 2007 Virginia Plan establishes goals to: a) reduce the rate of growith of energy use by 40% by 2017, and increase Virginia's indigenous energy production by 20% by 2017; b) reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 30% by 2025 (back to 2000 levels); and, c) capitalize on economic development opportunities through business expansion and increased research and development (R&D) in areas of strength, including coastal energy production. The plan encourages all cost-effective, environmentally responsible development of Virginia's offshore wind resources.
pdf
Publication Date: 
Monday, September 10, 2007
6 MB
Resource Type: 
Document
State: 

Stakeholder Comments on Proposed Offshore Wind Renewable Energy Rules

Source/Sponsor: 
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU)
Creator/Author: 
New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel, et al.
Description: 

Stakeholder comments on proposed rules for implementation of New Jersey Offshore Wind Economic Development Act (OWEDA), from: New Jersery Division of Rate Counsel; AREVA; Atlantic Wind Connection (AWC); Fishermen's Energy of New Jersey (FERN); Garden State Offshore Energy (GSOE); General Electric (GE); NRG Bluewater Wind; OffshoreMW; Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Coalition (MAREC); Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA); NJ Sierra Club; and, NJ Business & Industry Association (NJBIA).

pdf
Publication Date: 
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
2 MB
Resource Type: 
Document
State: 

Update to the Analysis of the Impact of Cape Wind on Lowering New England Energy Prices

Source/Sponsor: 
Cape Wind Associates, LLC
Creator/Author: 
Charles River Associates (CRA)
Description: 

Using updated input assumptions, the report projected wholesale power prices over the period 2014-2038, for scenarios with and without Cape Wind in service, and quantified the expected reduction in wholesale power prices and wholesale electricity costs that would result from the power supplied by the project. The report found that Cape Wind would lead to a reduction in the wholesale cost of power averaging $286 million annually over the years 2014–2038, resulting in an aggregate savings of $7.2 billion over 25 years. If Cape Wind were in service, the price of power in the New England wholesale market is projected to be $1.86/MWh lower on average. Over the combined 16-year period spanning construction and the first 15 years of operations, Cape Wind would create an average estimated net addition of 514 jobs in Massachusetts and 1,119 jobs in New England.

pdf
Publication Date: 
Thursday, March 29, 2012
210 KB
Resource Type: 
Document

The Virginia Energy Plan

Source/Sponsor: 
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME)
Creator/Author: 
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME)
Description: 

The plan assesses the adequacy of Virginia's primary energy sources and electricity generation, transmission, and distribution resources. Renewable sources of energy provided approximately 3 percent of electricity generated in-state. Virginia will need to grow its energy supply by 14.6 percent (397.8 trillion Btus) to meet the growing energy demand through 2020. The Energy Plan recommends that the Commonwealth increase in-state production of energy by 20 percent over the next 10 years. It also recommends that the state should support the private sector’s efforts to grow Virginia’s offshore wind development and supply chain industries, through the work of the Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium (VCERC) and the Virginia Offshore Wind Development Authority (VOWDA); and by working with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to streamline the federal offshore wind leasing process.

pdf
Publication Date: 
Thursday, July 1, 2010
5 MB
Resource Type: 
Document
State: 

Summary of Bluewater Wind Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)

Source/Sponsor: 
University of Delaware (UDEL), College of Marine and Earth Studies (CMES)
Creator/Author: 
University of Delaware (UDEL), College of Marine and Earth Studies (CMES)
Description: 

This summary explains the assumptions behind the Independent Consultant's estimate of "rate impact" under the Delmarva (DPL)/Bluewater Wind power purchase agreement (PPA).

pdf
Publication Date: 
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
107 KB
Resource Type: 
Document
State: 

Siting New Energy Infrastructure Issue Brief New York State Energy Plan 2009

Source/Sponsor: 
Governor David Paterson
Creator/Author: 
New York State Energy Planning Board
Description: 

The Issue Brief provides an overview of the legal framework governing the siting review processes for new infrastructure, including electric transmission and generating facilities.

pdf
Publication Date: 
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
754 KB
Resource Type: 
Document
State: 

RPS Report 2011- Review of RPS Requirements and Compliance in Maine

Source/Sponsor: 
Maine Legislature
Creator/Author: 
Maine Public Utilities Commission (PUC); London Economics International, LLC (LEI)
Description: 

The report analyzes the impact on consumer rates of Maine's current renewable energy portfolio standard (RPS) policy as well as potential RPS requirements set at a higher level and assuming different renewable energy certificate (REC) prices. It also examines the potential from new investment in renewables to stimulate job creation and support key segments of the local economy.

pdf
Publication Date: 
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
2 MB
Resource Type: 
Document
State: 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - energy demand