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A green tariff is a price structure, or an electricity rate, offered by a local utility and approved by the state's Public Utility Commission (PUC) that allows eligible customers to source up to 100% of their electricity from renewable resources. Through a green tariff, customers are able to purchase both the energy from a renewable energy project, at a large-scale, and the associated Renewable Energy Certificates.

Green Tariffs

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U.S. Electricity Markets: Utility Green Tariff Update

An update on green tariffs available through utilities in U.S. electricity markets.

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Grid Transformation: U.S. Green Tariff Deals

This interactive map tracks renewable energy purchasing options in different states, including green tariff programs and other utility renewable energy products. Energy customers use the map to inform decisions on where to site new facilities, prioritize their renewable energy purchasing strategies, and ultimately meet their clean energy goals. Recognizing the growing demand for renewable energy, states and their utilities use the map to compete for economic development by showcasing available renewable energy products.

U.S. Renewable Energy Map: A Guide for Corporate Buyers

Large-scale renewable energy customers are transforming the electricity market one deal at a time. This interactive graph explores the renewable contracts signed by large-scale energy customers and monopoly utilities via green tariffs.