La Fortaleza files its renewable-energy bill

Santana, Mario
April 2010
Caribbean Business;4/29/2010, Vol. 38 Issue 16, p36
The article reports on the bill which will increase renewable energy production in Puerto Rico. It states that the main goal of the renewable-energy bill, which is filed by the administration of Governor Luis Fortuño, will mandate an annual minimum percentage of power generation from renewable energy resources and the establishment of renewable energy certificates. The bill will also gives non-complying energy suppliers with the alternative of buying renewable-energy certificates (RECs).


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