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Palmetto Clean Energy Inc. (PaCE), a South Carolina program designed to promote the development of renewable energy resources, is seeking renewable energy certificates (RECs) from renewable energy generators located in South Carolina.

The request for proposals (RFP) seeks RECs from facilities that deliver energy or will deliver energy to Duke Energy Carolinas LLC, Progress Energy Carolinas Inc. or South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. this year.

Eligible resources include wind, solar, geothermal, hydropower, biopower, wastewater methane, landfill gas, biodiesel to electricity, and electricity generation from fuel cells and hydrogen-powered generators, provided that the fuel source is renewable.

In addition, PaCE requires that the renewable energy generation facility be located in South Carolina.

More information on the RFP is available here.


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