Using Existing Federal Authorities and State Action
Enabling U.S. States to Achieve Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions through Retirement of Federal Cap-and-Trade Allowances
This brief was submitted to the Commission, responding to commenters on Pace’s initial brief requesting Con Ed to develop more distributed generation and combined heat and power within its service territory.
This brief was submitted to the Commission, encouraging Con Ed to develop more distributed generation and combined heat and power within its service territory.
RPS Comments: Comments of Pace Energy and Climate Center Regarding SAPA Notices 03-E-1088SA18 and 03-E-1088SA19. November 17, 2008
These comments urged the Commission to consider revisions to the Renewable Portfolio Standard in order to meet the challenge of reducing GHG emission in New York State to comply with the UNFCCC target of “80 by 50,” and 80% reduction from 1990 levels by 2050.
Defining a Role for States in a Federal Cap-and-Trade Program
Guidebook for small combined heat and power systems seeking to obtain emissions reduction credits in New York State
This guidebook was created to assist facilities managers with quantifying Emission Reduction Credits. It shows how CHP can be used as Emission Reduction Credits under NYSERDA’s ERC program making CHP more affordable.