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11183Re: [hreg] SRECs in Texas

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  • jhd1@1scom.net
    Mar 11, 2012
      Texas' RECs are generic in nature. There are no solar, wind, bio etc recs specifically. There are RE credits that are so abundant due to the tremendous amount of wind power generated that they are essentially worthless. This would change immediately if legislation could be passed to separate them.
      This was the explanation I heard from TREIA several years ago.
      Jim Duncan
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      From: "Tyra Rankin" <tyra@...>
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      Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 21:58:26 -0600
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      Subject: RE: [hreg] SRECs in Texas


      Texas has never voted for an SREC – a Solar Renewable Credit.  This is one among many reasons we don’t have more solar generation in Texas .    Texas has a Renewable Portfolio Standard that issues RECs – Renewable Energy Credits.  Solar qualifies for RECs, but the current price is so low as to be completely worthless.   You can find out more information on the ERCOT and IREC websites.





      From: hreg@yahoogroups.com [mailto: hreg@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of phleas_85
      Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2012 7:23 PM
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      Subject: [hreg] SRECs in Texas



      Hello Group:

      Does anyone know if it is possible for a Texas homeowner with a small solar PV system earning SREC (Solar Renewable Energy Certificates)?

      If so, how is it done?

      Monte Peterson

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