Energy & Environmental Law Blog

Energy & Environmental Law Blog

Analyzing the critical energy and environmental issues of the day

Tag Archives: California feed-in tariff

California Feed-in-Tariff Program that Promotes Renewable Energy Procurement (Re-MAT) Found To Be Unconstitutional

Posted in California, Renewables
As California marches forward with its aggressive renewable energy targets, expecting to procure half of its electricity from renewables by 2030, a recent federal district court decision calls into question the constitutionality of one of the major regulatory programs that the California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) implemented to foster further renewable development. On December 6,… Continue Reading

California Feed-in Tariff: Renewables Portfolio Standard Rulemaking at the CPUC Takes First Step

Posted in California, Renewables, Rulemakings
You just knew that this Renewables Portfolio Standard (RPS) rulemaking at the California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco was going to be a monster when they assigned not 1, not 2, but 4 administrative law judges to it.  I’m not 100% sure, but I do think that’s some sort of record for the PUC…… Continue Reading