Notice of Availability
Existing Renewable Facilities Program Guidebook
[Publication No. CEC-300-2005-022/Docket No. 02-REN-1038]
At the regularly scheduled Business Meeting on November 30, 2005, the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) adopted revisions to the Existing Renewable Facilities Program Guidebook (Guidebook), CEC 300-2005-022, pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 25747, which authorizes the Energy Commission to adopt substantive changes to the Guidebook upon providing 10 days written notice.
The adopted revisions to the Guidebook provide for an increase in the target price and cap used for calculating production incentives. These values are being adjusted pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 25742, Subdivision (b), which authorizes the Energy Commission to adjust these values to reflect changing market and contractual conditions as well as inflation. The revisions to the target price and cap are as follows:
- Increase the target price for tier 1 biomass facilities only, by $0.008 / kWh for November 2005 through April 2006 generation, and by $0.005 / kWh for May and June 2006 generation.
- Increase the cap for tier 1 biomass facilities only by $0.005 / kWh for November 2005 through June 2006 generation.
- The increased target prices and cap will apply to generation produced from November 1, 2005, through June 30, 2006, only.
This Guidebook is available free from the Energy Commission's Web site at:
A print copy is available for $5.00. Please send request and check or money order made out to the Energy Commission to:
California Energy Commission
Re: Publication No. CEC-300-2005-022
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5504
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