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.
U.S. Electricity Markets: Utility Green Tariff Update
An update on green tariffs available through utilities in U.S. electricity markets.Learn More →
Introduction to Green Tariff Options
An overview of green tariffs, including key characteristics, types available in the energy market, and examples that have been successfully utilized by energy customers.Download →
U.S. Clean Energy Map: A Guide for Energy Customers
Clean energy customers are transforming the electricity market one deal at a time. This graph explores the clean energy contracts signed by energy customers and monopoly utilities via green tariffs.