Sets forth the statutory definitions of "public utility" currently in use in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Provides a regulatory framework to promote local employment without resorting to protectionist measures that run afoul of international trade rules.
This annotated model state legislation provides a template for state legislatures to designate a lead agency with responsibility for coordinating the various permitting processes for biogas facilities, including gathering lines and injection lines.
Providing a common-sense statutory framework that can be adopted by states that currently have no community solar legislation, and also serving as a basis for amending current legislation that has proved ineffective.
Establishes a credit against state income tax and further incentivizes the development of EV charging infrastructure in the state.
Provides rebates to subsidize the installation of publicly accessible electric vehicle charging equipment.
Requires that any contracts related to procurements of electricity generated from bioenergy utilize feedstocks that meet decarbonization criteria.
Designed to create economic incentives for the purchase or lease of Alternative Fuel Vehicles.
This model state income tax credit legislation is designed to incentivize the purchase of used AFVs through state income tax credits.
Would offer state rebates for the purchase of new HFCVs, which would be available for a ten year period, and provide state support for the development of a network of equitably located hydrogen refueling stations.