Louisiana Office of the renewable energy tariff orders feed and short term

Louisiana on the Commission to implement add-ins in a Member State has imposed a eriyttämättömät entry-for a limited period of validity of the contract of an import tariff quota for five years.

Most of the agreements in the form of tariff quotas for renewable energy in the feed worldwide are 20 years or longer. Spanish contracts are for 25 years, plug-ins is a reduced fee or even longer. Feed for contracts in the province of Ontario Hydro generation are in 40 years.

Louisiana’s very short, the concept of the Agreement supersede the terms of the proposal can be made, it is almost impossible to finance such short periods offered low tariffs.

Interest is the approach that will be used to avoid the tariff: cost plus a premium to represent the environmental attributes of renewable generation. Environmental benefits valued at $ 0,03 kilowatt-hour.

The second new element is passing through the adjustment of the fuel cost ratepayers clause is normally used for the approach of fossil fuels increases.

In this case, the PUC “standard offer tariff” is really a standard offer, such as size, technology, or the resource intensity of undifferentiated tariff.

At the end of the period of five years from the date of the tariff goes back to the avoided costs.

Below is a summary of the feed in tariff’s key points.

Avoid the cost plus-0,03 $ MWh, GWh;Limited to the ceiling and the floor prices;Floor price: 0,06 $ MWh, GWh;Maximum price: 0.12 $ MWh, GWh;Contract term: five years, the program of the CAP to 30 megawatts per utility;The cost of fuel adjustment charge to restore;Project size: 5 MW project size: 25 kilowatts.

Add-ins can be avoided, it offers a standard offer contracts by creating three renewable energy projects, in fact. One of the three may be 5 MW project in size, while others are not exceeding 300 kilowatts.


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