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The Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) has released a new report that provides information regarding where a renewable energy generator in a particular state or Canadian province can possibly sell its renewable energy certificates in order to meet the demand created by a renewable portfolio standard (RPS).

The report was written by Ed Holt of Ed Holt & Associates and made possible by funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the Energy Foundation, the alliance says. In addition, CESA has released an interactive online map where users can select a state or province and see a list of potential RPS markets.

“This will be a valuable resource for project developers, state RPS administrators, and other people interested in renewable energy markets,” notes CESA Executive Director Warren Leon.

The full report and the interactive map are available for free on CESA’s website.



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