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North and South America Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2019

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North and South America Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2019

Summary

The US, Canada, and Brazil have the most number of policies and incentive for the growth of renewable energy. They are also unsurprisingly, the top markets in terms of cumulative installed capacity. While the US and Canada has large capacities of various renewable energy technologies, Brazil’s power capacity is dominated by hydropower. The Ministerio de Minas e Energia (Ministry of Mines and Energy, MME) plans to diversify the power mix in order to reduce the risk of electricity shortages. The diversification and energy security strategies for the forecast period will increase the share of renewable sources in the power mix.

A noticeable observation in this region is the popularity of the net-metering arrangement. Seven of the nine countries covered, have a net-metering scheme for one or more renewable technologies. In North America, all the three major markets - US, Canada, and Mexico have net-metering in place, Mexico being the most recent country to adopt the scheme.

Mexico has a federal level net-metering regulation while Canada and the US have it at a province/state level with several variations and for different technologies. Brazil has net-metering policy where small to medium self-generating entities can feed the excess electricity into the grid and as compensation receive billing credit which can be used within a fixed timeframe to pay for the electricity consumed by the entity from the grid.

All the nine countries covered in the Americas have renewable energy targets, implying that these governments are actively supporting the growth of renewable energy in their respective countries. In US and Canada, each state/province has separate target to achieve in terms of what percent of power purchased by utilities comes from renewable sources. All other countries covered have similar generation targets at a national level.

Auction-based competitive bidding has also become a popular mechanism in North and South American countries to develop renewable energy. Countries including the US, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Chile, and Peru have auction mechanism for various renewable energy technologies. Feed-in Tariff (FiT) is another major scheme used by government of American countries to promote renewable energy. Canada and the US have FiTs in place for various renewable energy technologies. In these two countries, state/province governments have the power to set FiTs and procure electricity with a risk free agreement with the entity producing renewable electricity.

The report "North and South America Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2019", offers comprehensive information about the renewable energy policies of the American countries. The report provides a clear overview of the regulatory framework, plans, programs and incentives initiated by the individual countries to promote renewable energy sources. It provides information regarding the financial incentives, renewable energy auctions, net-metering, renewable targets and other plans implemented by the government or utilities of nine key American countries - The US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela. The US is further bifurcated into fifty states.

Scope

The report provides the renewable framework of the American countries. Its scope includes -
  • Study of regulatory framework for nine key American countries - The US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela . The US is further bifurcated into fifty states- Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
  • Key policies and regulations supporting the development of renewable energy by country and state level.
  • Information on strategy, roadmaps and other programs to achieve the renewable targets and goals by country and state level.
  • Financial incentives including Feed-in-tariff, Feed-in-premium, rebates, loans, grants, tax credits and exemptions to support the implementation of the renewable energy by country and state level.
Reasons to Buy

The report will allow you to -
  • Facilitate decision-making based on policies, plans, targets and strategies of American countries.
  • Develop business strategies by understanding the regulations shaping and driving the renewable energy market
  • Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the American country’s regulatory framework
  • Identify key programs and fiscal incentives of individual country.
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1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables

2 Executive Summary

3 Introduction
3.1 Renewable Energy Policy
3.2 the Author Report Guidance

4 Renewable Energy Policy, Argentina

5 Renewable Energy Policy, Brazil

6 Renewable Energy Policy, Canada

7 Renewable Energy Policy, Chile

8 Renewable Energy Policy, Colombia

9 Renewable Energy Policy, Mexico

10 Renewable Energy Policy, Peru

11 Renewable Energy Policy, US
11.37 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, New York
11.38 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, North Carolina
11.39 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, North Dakota
11.40 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio
11.41 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Oklahoma
11.42 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Oregon
11.43 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania
11.44 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Rhode Island
11.45 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, South Carolina
11.46 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, South Dakota
11.47 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Tennessee
11.48 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas
11.49 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Utah
11.50 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Vermont
11.51 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Virginia
11.52 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Washington
11.53 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, West Virginia
11.54 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Wisconsin
11.55 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Wyoming

12 Renewable Energy Policy, Venezuela

13 Appendix
13.1 Market Definitions
13.2 Abbreviations
13.3 Methodology
13.4 Coverage
13.5 Contact Us
13.6 Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Renewable Energy Policy, North and South America
Table 2: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Argentina, Renewable Energy Targets, 2018-2025
Table 3: Argentina: Allocated Projects, Auctions, Round 1
Table 4: Argentina: Allocated Projects, Auctions, Round 1.5
Table 5: Argentina: Allocated Projects, Auctions, Round 2
Table 6: Renewable Energy Auctions, Brazil, 2007-2019
Table 7: Key Regulatory Authorities, Canada
Table 8: Renewable Energy Targets, Canada
Table 9: Investments for 2030 Energy Strategy, NWT, 2018-2021
Table 10: Competitive processes, Alberta, 2017-2018
Table 11: Feed-in Tariffs, Ontario, 2017
Table 12: Additional Price Incentives on Feed-in Tariff, Ontario, 2017
Table 13: Wind Power Auctions, Ontario
Table 14: Solar Power Auctions, Ontario
Table 15: Chile, Renewable Energy Projects funded from CTF
Table 16: Mexico, Energy and Climate National Targets
Table 17: Mexico, Auction 1 , Winners, March 2016
Table 18: Mexico, Auction 2 , Winners, September 2016
Table 19: Mexico, Auction 3 , Winners, November 2017
Table 20: Mexico, Sustainable Rural Development Results
Table 21: Peru Renewable Policy, Auctions, Volume Contracted, 2009-2016
Table 22: Renewable Energy Project Tax Components and changes with new tax code, US
Table 23: Renewable Energy Market, US, Production Tax Credit ($/kWh)
Table 24: Renewable Energy Market, US, Investment Tax Credit
Table 25: Renewable Energy Market, US, Green Power Purchasing Goal (%), 2018-2025
Table 26: Renewable Energy Market, US, Sun shot Progress and Goals
Table 27: Renewable Energy Market, US, Renewable Portfolio Standards, State Targets
Table 28: Renewable Energy Market, Arizona, Compliance Schedule
Table 29: Renewable Energy Market, Arizona, Energy Efficiency Requirement Schedule (%)
Table 30: Renewable Energy, Feed-in Tariffs, Marin County - California
Table 31: Renewable Energy, Feed-in Tariffs, Los Angeles - California
Table 32: Renewable Energy, Feed-in Tariff Multiplier, Los Angeles - California
Table 33: Renewable Energy, Electric Energy Reduction Standard (GWh), California, 2012-2024
Table 34: Renewable Energy, Annual Electric Demand Reduction Standard (MW), California, 2012-2024
Table 35: Renewable Energy, ReMAT Tariffs ($/MWh), California
Table 36: Renewable Energy Market, California, Renewable Portfolio Standard Targets (%)
Table 37: Renewable Energy Market, California, Go Solar Campaign Program Components, 2007-2016
Table 38: Renewable Energy Market, California, California Solar Initiative Program Budget ($m), 2007-2016
Table 39: Renewable Energy Market, California, California Solar Initiative Rebate Levels by Incentive Step and Rebate Type
Table 40: Renewable Energy Market, California, California Solar Initiative, Details by Incentive Type
Table 41: Renewable Energy, Utility Incentive Program
Table 42: Renewable Energy Market, California, PV requirements for new homes
Table 43: Renewable Energy Market, Colorado, Energy Smart Rebates
Table 44: Renewable Energy, Utility Incentive Program
Table 45: Renewable Energy, Eversource Energy, REC Results
Table 46: Renewable Energy, United Illuminating, REC Results
Table 47: Renewable Energy Market, Connecticut, Renewable Portfolio Standard Targets (%)
Table 48: Renewable Energy Market, Delaware, Renewable Portfolio Standard Targets (%)
Table 49: Renewable Energy Market, Delaware, SREC Program, 2018
Table 50: Renewable Energy Market, Delaware, SREC Auction Price, 2018
Table 51: Renewable Energy Market, Hawaii, Customer Grid Supply Plus Credit Rates
Table 52: Renewable Energy Market, Hawaii, Customer Grid Supply Plus Program Capacity
Table 53: Renewable Energy Market, Hawaii, Small Export Rates
Table 54: Renewable Energy Market, Hawaii, Small Export Capacity
Table 55: Renewable Energy Market, Hawaii, Community Solar Rates Phase 1
Table 56: Renewable Energy Market, Hawaii, Feed-in-Tariff Rates
Table 57: Renewable Energy Market, Hawaii, Proposed Solar-Plus Storage Projects
Table 58: Renewable Energy Market, Idaho, Net Metering Rates
Table 59: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Requirements and Carve-outs for Various Technologies for Investor-owned Utilities (%), 2009-2026
Table 60: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Requirements and Carve-outs for Various Technologies for Alternate Renewable Electricity Suppliers (%), 2009-2026
Table 61: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Block Group REC Prices ($/REC)
Table 62: Renewable Energy Market, Low Income Distributed Generation Incentive 1-4 unit buildings ($/REC)
Table 63: Renewable Energy Market, Low Income Distributed Generation Incentive 5+ unit buildings ($/REC)
Table 64: Renewable Energy Market, Low Income Community Solar Project Incentive ($/REC)
Table 65: Renewable Energy Market, Incentives for Non-Profits and Public Facilities ($/REC)
Table 66: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Interconnection Standards
Table 67: Renewable Energy Market, Indiana, Feed-in-Tariffs
Table 68: Renewable Energy Market, Iowa, Interconnection Standards
Table 69: Renewable Energy Market, Kentucky, Interconnection Standards
Table 70: Renewable Energy Market, Maine, Credit Rates
Table 71: Renewable Energy Market, Maryland, Commercial Clean Energy Grant Incentives
Table 72: Renewable Energy Market, Maryland, Residential Clean Energy Grant Incentives
Table 73: Renewable Energy Market, Maryland, Renewable Portfolio Standard (%)
Table 74: Renewable Energy Market, Massachusetts, Renewable Portfolio Standard
Table 75: Renewable Energy Market, Massachusetts, Solar Alternative Compliance Payment Rates
Table 76: Renewable Energy Market, Massachusetts, Solar Credit Clearinghouse Auction Rates
Table 77: Renewable Energy Market, Massachusetts, Smart capacity by block and distribution service territory (MW)
Table 78: Renewable Energy Market, Massachusetts, Interconnection Standards
Table 79: Renewable Energy Market, Massachusetts, Offshore Wind Auction Winners, 2018
Table 80: Renewable Energy Market, Michigan, Interconnection Standards
Table 81: Renewable Energy Market, Minnesota, Renewable Energy Standard
Table 82: Renewable Energy Market, Minnesota, Green Cost Share Program
Table 83: Renewable Energy Market, Mississippi, Interconnection Standards
Table 84: Renewable Energy Market, Missouri, Interconnection Standards
Table 85: Renewable Energy Market, Montana, Interconnection Standards
Table 86: Renewable Energy Market, Nebraska, Incentive Amount
Table 87: Renewable Energy Market, New Hampshire, Interconnection Standards
Table 88: Renewable Energy Market, New Hampshire, Renewable Portfolio Standards (%)
Table 89: Renewable Energy Market, New Hampshire, Solar Incentives
Table 90: Renewable Energy Market, New Jersey, Solar Alternative Compliance Payments ($), 2019-2033
Table 91: Renewable Energy Market, New Mexico, Interconnection Standards
Table 92: Renewable Energy Market, New Mexico, PNM Performance-Based Solar Incentive
Table 93: Renewable Energy Market, New Mexico, EPE Incentive
Table 94: Renewable Energy Market, New York, Energy Efficiency Budgets and Targets for the Investor Owned Electric and Gas Utilities ($), 2016-2018
Table 95: Renewable Energy Market, North Carolina, Interconnection Standards
Table 96: Renewable Energy Market, North Carolina, Feed-in Tariffs by Utilities ($/kWh)
Table 97: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio, Renewable Portfolio Standards
Table 98: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio, Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standards
Table 99: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio, Renewable Portfolio Standards for large IOUs
Table 100: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio, Solar PV Capital Rebates
Table 101: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania, Loan Programs
Table 102: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania, Grant Programs
Table 103: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Rhode Island, Renewable Portfolio Standards
Table 104: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Rhode Island, Renewable Energy Growth Program Incentives
Table 105: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, South Carolina, Loan Programs
Table 106: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, South Carolina, Grants
Table 107: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas, Net Metering Programs
Table 108: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania, Grants
Table 109: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas, Loan Programs
Table 110: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas, Rebate Programs
Table 111: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Utah, Tax Credits
Table 112: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Vermont, Renewable Portfolio Standards
Table 113: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Washington, Loan Programs
Table 114: Net Metering System Capacity Limits (kW) - West Virginia
Table 115: Net Metering Tariffs - Wisconsin
Table 116: Abbreviations
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