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					           Responsible   Name of Incentive           Nature of       Eligible Parties                                          Eligible Technologies
           Agency        Program                     Incentive

Direct Incentives
Indirect Incentives
            United States Renewable Energy and       Direct grants   Agricultural producer who can show need whose             Bio-energy biomass,
            Dept. of      Energy Efficiency Grants   and loans for   project fits into one of the following ten categories:    anaerobic digesters
            Agriculture   in Rural Areas - 2005      up to 25% of    Bio-energy biomass, anaerobic digesters biomass,          biomass, electric
                          Farm Bill section 9006     the costs of    electric geothermal, direct use geothermal,               geothermal, direct use
                                                     the project.    Hydrogen, Small solar, Large solar, Small wind,           geothermal,
                                                                     Large wind, and Energy efficiency improvements.           Hydrogen, Small solar,
                                                                     CHP can fit in using a renewable fule or as part of a     Large solar, Small
                                                                     EE improvement.                                           wind, Large wind, and
                                                                                                                               Energy efficiency
                                                                                                                               improvements.

           United States Value-Added Producer        $14.3 million   Agricultural producer who (1) is planning activities Value-added
           Dept. of      Grants (VAPG)               in direct       needed to establish a viable value-added marketing   agricultural products
           Agriculture                               grants                                                               and for farm-based
                                                                     opportunity for an agricultural product (e.g. conduct a
                                                     available for   feasibility study, develop a business                renewable energy.
                                                     parties with    plan, develop a marketing plan); or (2) wishes to    Priority is given to
                                                     matching        acquire working capital to operate a value-added     projects that
                                                     funds           business venture that will allow producers to better incorporate CHP and
                                                     available.      compete in domestic and international markets.       renewable energy
                                                                                                                          projects like
                                                                                                                          bioenergy.
                         2005 ENERGY BILL Sec.                       provides a 30 percent business energy credit for the Fuel Cells,
                         1336                                        purchase of qualified fuel cell power plants for     Microturbines
                                                                     businesses and a 10 percent credit for purchase of
                                                                     qualifying stationary microturbine power plants.
                         2005 ENERGY BILL Sec. Extension of                                                               Wind, Geothermal,
                         1301                  Section 45                                                                 Landfill Gas, Biomass,
                                               Production                                                                 Waste, Solar, qualified
                                               Tax Credit                                                                 hydro

                         2005 ENERGY BILL Sec. Clean Energy Permits State and local governments, cooperatives                  Wind, Geothermal,
                         1303                  Revenue      and Indian Tribal governments to issue tax credit                  Landfill Gas, Biomass,
                                               Bonds        bonds to finance certain renewable energy and clean                Waste, Solar, qualified
                                                            coal facilities                                                    hydro




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Amount             Expiration      Distribution        Point of Contact      Address    City     State   Zip   Phone    Email   Web link
                   Date            Mechanism                                                                   Number




Minimum of         Direct grants: Both direct grants   Different Contact                                                        Appication:
$2,500 and up      June 27,       and loans are        for each state:                                                          http://www.rurdev
to $500,000 for    2005; Loans: available.             http://www.rurdev.u                                                      .usda.gov/rbs/far
a renewable        August 31,                          sda.gov/rbs/farmbil                                                      mbill/2005NOFA/
project and up     2005                                l/2005NOFA/nofa0                                                         nofa05navigate.h
to $250,000 for                                        5addresses.html                                                          tml
an EE project.




Planning           Solicitations   1:1 matching        State contacts:                                                          http://www.rurdev
grants (1) are     have ended      funds must be       http://www.rurdev.u                                                      .usda.gov/rbs/coo
available for up   for 2005 but    shown in order to   sda.gov/rbs/coops/                                                       ps/vadg.htm
to $100,000.       there will      win the grant.      vapgstate.htm
Working            most likely
Capital Grants     be more next
(2) are            year.
available up to
$150,000.

30% FC's.,           12/31/2007 Investment Tax
10%                             Credit
Microturbines

                     12/31/2007 Production Tax
                                Credit of $.015
                                per kWH indexed
                                for inflation
                                (1992$'s)
                                Tax Credit Bonds
                                ( 0 % financing)




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                   Responsible    Name of         Nature of Incentive            Eligible Parties Eligible Technologies             Amount         Expiration   Distribution
                   Agency         Incentive                                                                                                        Date         Mechanism
                                  Program
Direct Incentives***


                   DPUC***        Capacity        $200- $500 per kW, based                       All. Must help mitigate FMCCs      $200- $500                  Undecided.
                                  Grants          on congestion charge                                                              per kW.
                                                  impact
                   DPUC***        Long Term       Guaranteed purchase of                         All. Must help mitigate FMCCs                     15 Year
                                  Capacity        capacity (not power) by                                                                          Contracts
                                  Contracts       utility, under DPUC
                                                  regulation.
                   DPUC***        Low Interest    Loans at or below prime                        Must help mitigate FMCCs
                                  Financing       rate.
                                  Natural Gas     Delivery cost of gas for                       Must help mitigate FMCCs           Varies.
                                  Distribution    CHP (not the commodity)
                                  Cost Rebate     rebated by electric utility.
                 ***
Indirect Incentives
                 Local Tax        Optional        Municipalities may opt to   Commercial,        Passive Solar Space Heat, Solar    Varies;        None         Tax Exemption
                 Agency           Property Tax    authorize a property tax    Industrial,        Water Heat, Solar Space Heat,      Sometimes
                                  Exemption       exemption for qualified     Residential        Photovoltaics, Wind, Micro-        equal to the
                                                  renewable energy systems.                      Hydroelectric, Fuel Cells,         value of the
                                                  At writing, only solar                         Cogeneration                       energy
                                                  facilities have been                                                              system.
                                                  enabled, although the State
                                                  legislation offers the
                                                  possibility for some CHP.

*** NOTE***        Connecticut      New Energy    Five $10,000 grants are    CT Residential      Passive Solar Space Heat, Solar     $    10,000 Awards are     Direct grants
This is for new    Office of Policy Technology    awarded to CT residents    and                 Water Heat, Solar Space Heat,                   given each
technology,        and              (NET) Program and companies              Commercial          Solar Thermal Electric, Solar                   year.
not for specific   Management                     specializing in energy                         Thermal Process Heat,
projects                                          related technologies which                     Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,
                                                  save energy or facilitates                     Wind, Biomass, Hydroelectric,
                                                  the use of RE and has not                      Geothermal Electric, Fuel Cells,
                                                  been commercialized.                           Geothermal Heat Pumps,
                                                                                                 Municipal Solid Waste,
                                                                                                 Cogeneration, Solar Pool
                                                                                                 Heating, Daylighting, Anaerobic
                                                                                                 Digestion, Tidal Energy, Wave
                                                                                                 Energy, Ocean Thermal




                                                                                                Connecticut                                                                     Page 3
Connecticut    Project 100   State Grant Program            Commercial,      Solar Thermal Electric,        50,000 Round 1         Direct grant
Clean Energy   Initiative    designed to assist the         Renewable        Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,          Proposals       contingent upon
Fund                         state's electricity            Energy           Wind, Biomass, Fuel Cells,            are due         entering into a
                             distribution companies         Developers;      Anaerobic Digestion, Tidal            8/1/05 and      long term contract
                             enter into 10-year contracts   1MW or larger    Energy, Wave Energy, Ocean            future rounds   for a renewable
                             for at least 100 MW of                          Thermal                               are expected.   energy purchase.
                             renewable energy as
                             mandated by law.




                                                                            Connecticut                                                                 Page 4
**** NOTE ****    Connecticut     Energy            Loans are given at below    Residential,      Passive Solar Space Heat, Solar        $400 -         None          Loans given on
The unit size     Housing         Conservation      market rates to promote     Multi-Family      Water Heat, Solar Space Heat,          $15,000 for 1-               with interest rates
restriction may   Investment      Revolving Loan    residential energy          Property          Photovoltaics, Wind, Biomass,          4 family                     of 1%, 3%, or 6%
preclude most     Fund (CHIF)     Fund              efficiency and renewable    Owners            Geothermal Heat Pumps,                 units; up to                 depending on
commercially                                        energy. Intended for                          Chillers , Furnaces , Boilers ,        $60,000 for                  income, family
available CHP                                       traditional building                          Heat pumps , Air conditioners ,        multi-family                 size, and location
                                                    improvements as opposed                       Programmable Thermostats ,             units                        with a repayment
                                                    to CHP.                                       Duct/Air sealing , Building                                         term up to 10
                                                                                                  Insulation , Windows , Siding ,                                     years.
                                                                                                  Roofs
                  Connecticut     Renewable         Funding for renewable        Developers of    Solar Thermal Electric,                Up to           Applications Direct grants
                  Clean Energy    Energy Projects   energy projects in very      Clean Energy     Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,           $250,000 for    are accepted
                  Fund            in Pre-           early stages of              Projects         Wind, Biomass, Fuel Cells,             project up to   on a rolling
                                  Development       development where at                          Anaerobic Digestion, Tidal             5 MW and        basis
                                  Program           least 50% of generated                        Energy, Wave Energy, Ocean             $500,000 for
                                                    power will be available to                    Thermal                                projects
                                                    the grid. Qualified pre-                                                             greater than
                                                    development activities are                                                           5 MW.
                                                    listed in the RFP. After
                                                    certain milestones have
                                                    been achieved these
                                                    projects could be
                                                    considered for qualification
                                                    under Project 100.

                  Office of the   Green Power   The State government and Green power              Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,           Not a           None         None
                  Governor        Purchase Plan universities are required to producers            Wind, Biomass, Fuel Cells,             monetary
                                                purchase a percentage of                          Small Hydroelectric, Tidal             incentive.
                                                their electricity from                            Energy, Wave Energy, Ocean
                                                renewable sources based                           Thermal.
                                                on the following schedule:
                                                20% by 2010; 50% by
                                                2020; 100% by 2050.

                  Connecticut     Operational   This program is currently in    Technology        Wind, solar, fuel cells, wave          A total of    Program is   Direct Grants
                  Clean Energy    Demonstration the planning stages but its     company with a    power, biomass, landfill gas           $4,000,000 likely to begin
                  Fund            Projects      funding is available for        long term         resources, cogeneration and            is available; January 2006
                                                demonstrating new               interest in       certain types of hydropower            funding up to
                                                technologies or technology      developing and                                           $750,000 is
                                                applications of renewable       commercializin                                           available
                  Connecticut                   Grants generation
                                  Demonstration energy to demonstrate           g the
                                                                                Renewable         Fuel cells, landfill gas, tidal        with a 25%
                  Clean Energy    Projects      nearly commercialized           product           power, biomass conversion, etc.
                  Fund                          clean energy projects.          manufacturers,    Waste heat used to generate
                                                                                systems           further electricity--i.e. a sterling
                                                                                integrators,      engine--but not chilling etc.
                                                                                OEM
                                                                                technology




                                                                                                 Connecticut                                                                                Page 5
      Connecticut    Non-program      The CCEF offers additional                  Solar energy, Wind, Fuel cells,                              Varies
      Clean Energy   funding          funding outside their                       Landfill gas, Biomass
      Fund                            program areas for clean                     conversion, Ocean thermal
                                      energy projects that do not                 energy, Wave or tidal energy,
                                      fall into any program                       Emerging non-fossil
                                      category. For information                   technologies
                                      follow the web link
                                      provided.

***   Legislation enacted in June 2005 authorized the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund to support CHP projects.
      At time of writing programs had not been developed, but oppurtunities not listed here may exist. Also see RPS and Standby Rate Exemptions.




                                                                                Connecticut                                                             Page 6
Point of     Address      City       State Zip        Phone        Email         Web link
Contact                                               Number

                                                                                 http://www.ctcle
                                                                                 anenergy.com

Docket No.                                                                       http://www.stat
05-07-17                                                                         e.ct.us/DPUC/

Docket No.
05-07-18


Docket No.
05-07-21
Docket No.
05-07-16



                                                                                 http://www.cga.
                                                                                 ct.gov/2005/pu
                                                                                 b/Chap203.htm
                                                                                 #Sec12-81.htm
                                                                                 -- Sub-divisions
                                                                                 (56)(57)(62)(63
                                                                                 ) (63 applies to
                                                                                 cogeneration)


John Ruckes 450 Capitol   Hartford   CT    06106-1308 (860) 418-   john.ruckes http://www.opm
            Avenue                                    6384         @po.state.ct. .state.ct.us/pdp
                                                                   us            d2/grants/net.ht
                                                                                 m




                                                                                  Connecticut       Page 7
Charlie Moret 200          Rocky Hill   CT   06067   (860) 563-   charlie.moret http://www.ctcle
              Corporate                              0015         @ctinnovatio anenergy.com/i
              Place, 3rd                                          ns.com        nvestment/Proj
              Floor                                                             ect100.html




                                                                                 Connecticut       Page 8
Matthew       121 Tremont Hartford      CT   06105   (860) 233-   loans@chif.o http://www.chif.
Kosky         Street                                 5165         rg           org/owner_borr
                                                     Ext.2019                  owers/index.sht
                                                                               ml#energy




Charlie Moret 200          Rocky Hill   CT   06067   (860) 563-   charlie.moret http://www.ctcle
              Corporate                              0015         @ctinnovatio anenergy.com/i
              Place, 3rd                                          ns.com        nvestment/Pre-
              Floor                                                             DevelopmentPr
                                                                                ogram.html




Dean Pagani State Capital, Hartford     CT   06106   (860) 524-                 http://www.sma
            210 Capital                              7313                       rtpower.org/exe
            Avenue                                                              cutiveorder.htm
                                                                                l




              200          Rocky Hill   CT   06067   (860) 563-   cefinfo@ctinn http://www.ctcle
              Corporate                              0015         ovations.com anenergy.com/f
              Place, 3rd                                                        unding/operatio
              Floor                                                             nal_demo_prog
                                                                                ram.html

                                                                                http://www.ctcle
                                                                                anenergy.com/f
                                                                                unding/demons
                                                                                tration_projects
                                                                                .html




                                                                                 Connecticut       Page 9
Nancy Rion   200          Rocky Hill   CT   06067   860-563-   yankeeingen http://www.ctinn
             Corporate                              5851       uity@ctinnov ovations.com/si
             Place, 3rd                                        ations.com   te/initiatives/ya
             Floor                                                          nkee_ingenuity.
                                                                            asp




                                                                              Connecticut       Page 10
              Responsible Agency     Name of Incentive     Nature of Incentive                    Eligible Parties                   Eligble Technologies              Amount                      Expiration Distribution
                                     Program                                                                                                                                                       Date       Mechanism

Direct Incentives
Indirect Incentives
               Office of Business    Pine Tree           Corporate tax credit, sales and use                                         any investment within a
               Development           Development Zones   tax credit, personal income tax credit                                      designated zone
                                                         and real property tax credit
              Maine Technology       Cluster Enhancement Awards money to support technology    Businesses in the following           All forms of technology are  $50,000 - 200,000                Ongoing     Matching
              Institute (MTI)        Awards              driven businesses by improving the    technology sectors: Advanced          eligble including renewables                                              Fund Grant
                                                         business climate, infrastructure,     Technologies for Forestry and         and CHP if it meets the
                                                         resources, connections and linkages   Agriculture, Aquaculture and          technolgy sector crtieria.
                                                         between and among firms, service      Marine Technology,
                                                         providers, research laboratories,     Biotechnology, Composites
                                                         educational institutions and other    Materials Technology,
                                                         organizations. Collaborative projects Environmental Technology,
                                                         are encouraged.                       Information Technology, and
                                                                                               Precision Manufacturing
                                                                                               Technology.
              Main Technology        Renewable             Awards additional money to projects Projects that have been               Fuel cells, tidal, solar, wind,   Up to $50,000               Ongoing Matching
              Institute (MTI)        Resources Matching    that have already been awarded a    awarded a Cluster                     geothermal, hydro, biomass                                    until the Fund Grant
                                     Fund Program          cluster enhancement Award if they   Enhancement Award are                 generators, or municiple                                      fund runs
                                                           incorporate renewable energy into   eligible for this incentive if they   solid waste generators.                                       dry.
                                                           their project.                      incorporate "Renewable
                                                                                               Resources."
              Efficiency Maine       Energy Loan           Small business loans for energy     The efficiency improvement            No specific technology            Up to $35,000 repayable at Ongoing      Loan
                                                           efficiency aprovements.             must be recommended by an             requirements.                     3% interest.
                                                                                               energy auditor after an audit.




              Finance Authority of   Loan Insurance        The Loan Insurance Program insures Businesses located in the State No specific technology                   Up to 90% of a lender's       Ongoing   Loan
              Maine (FAME)           Program               a portion of a loan made by a         of ME.                       requirements.                            loan on a pro-rata basis or             insurance
                                                           financial institution. The program is                                                                       up to 25% on a leveraged
                                                           designed to help businesses in                                                                              basis. 100% insurance
                                                           Maine access commercial credit.                                                                             available for loans to
                                                                                                                                                                       veterans, oil storage
                                                                                                                                                                       facility projects, clean fuel
                                                                                                                                                                       vehicle projects, and waste
                                                                                                                                                                       oil disposal site clean up
                                                                                                                                                                       projects. FAME exposure
                                                                                                                                                                       to any one relationship
                                                                                                                                                                       may not exceed
                                                                                                                                                                       $4,250,000.




                                                                                                       Maine                                                                                                          Page 11
Finance Authority of     Major Business       This program provides long-term,         Any busniess that can service No specific technology            $1,000,000 - $25,000,000 Ongoing      Loan
Maine (FAME)             Expansion Program    credit-enhanced financing up to          the proposed debt and has over requirements.                    taxable debt or $1,000,000
                                              $25,000,000 at taxable bond rates        50 employees.                                                   - $10,000,000 tax-exempt
                                              for businesses creating or retaining                                                                     debt
                                              50 jobs and long-term, tax-exempt
                                              bond rates on bonds of up to
                                              $10,000,000 that are used to finance
                                              manufacturing expansions.
Finance Authority of     Linked Investment    This program is to help reduce           Principle source of income           No specific technology       Maximum investment of     Ongoing   Loan
Maine (FAME)             Program for          borrower interest rate expenses on       mujst come from agricultural         requirements except that it  $200,000 (actual loan may           interest rate
                         Agriculture          operating loans. Loans will be           sources and the interest rate        must be applied to the       be greater).                        reduction.
                                              approved and made by lenders             savings must be applied to an        purchase of seed, feed,
                                              according to their own policies. The     agricultural operating loan          fertilizer, chemicals,
                                              Maine State Treasurer will make a        (specifically for the purchase of    veterinary services, labor,
                                              compensating deposit with the            seed, feed, fertilizer, chemicals,   production-related energy
                                              originating lender to provide interest   veterinary services, labor,          and other production inputs.
                                              rate saving as to the businesses on      production-related energy and        CHP would apply in this
                                              underlying loans.                        other production inputs)             context.


Finance Authority of     Linked Investment    This program is to help reduce           Non-agricultural, for-profit     No specific technology         Maximum investment of      Ongoing    Loan
Maine (FAME)             Program for          borrower interest rate expenses on       businesses located in Maine      requirements.                  $200,000 (actual loan may             interest rate
                         Commercial           operating loans. Loans will be           with 20 or fewer employees or                                   be greater) but enrollment            reduction.
                         Enterprises          approved and made by lenders             annual sales of less than                                       is limited to two years.
                                              according to their own policies. The     $2,500,000. Must be a
                                              Maine State Treasurer will make a        manufacturer or have 70% of
                                              compensating deposit with the            sales outside the state and 50%
                                              originating lender to provide interest   owned by ME residents. The
                                              rate saving as to the businesses on      loan proceeds must be for real
                                              underlying loans.                        property, fixed assets, research
                                                                                       or working capital and create or
                                                                                       retain one job for each $20,000
                                                                                       of deposited funds.

Maine Public Utilities   Energy Conservation Low interest loans to improve energy Maine-based businesses          No specific technology               Loans available for 90% of Ongoing    Direct low
Commission and           Loan Program        efficiency in Maine workplaces.      whose projects are approved by requirements.                         project cost, up to a                 interest
Finance Authority of                                                              the MPUC. Businesses must                                            maximum loan amount of                loan.
Maine (FAME)                                                                      exhibit a reasonable ability to                                      $35,000 at a rate of 3%
                                                                                  repay the loan.                                                      fixed for the term of the
                                                                                                                                                       loan which is usually 5
                                                                                                                                                       years. Longer terms may
                                                                                                                                                       be negotiated depending
                                                                                                                                                       on the useful life of the
                                                                                                                                                       assets being financed or
                                                                                                                                                       additional collateral
                                                                                                                                                       pledged.




                                                                                            Maine                                                                                                   Page 12
Finance Authority of   Revenue Obligation   This program provides                 Any borrower proposing to use      Maufacturing Asset           Determined by the            Ongoing   Bond
Maine (FAME)           Securities Program   manufacturing borrowers with State    bond proceeds for the                                           provider of credit                     financing
                                            access to tax-exempt bond financing   acquisition or construction of a                                enhancement and tax
                                            and is ideally suited when the        manufacturing asset, or other                                   code. Generally up to
                                            borrower proposes to arrange its      projects allowed by tax code.                                   $10,000,000 for for-profit
                                            own credit enhancement.               CHP projects would be                                           enterprises and larger
                                                                                  allowable in this context????                                   amounts for 501(c)(3)
                                                                                                                                                  organizations and certain
                                                                                                                                                  specialized projects.
Finance Authority of   Second Market        This program provides long-term       Any commercially viable            No specific technology       Up to 90% of the project     Ongoing   Bond
Maine (FAME)           Taxable (SMART)      bond financing on loans for real      borrower proposing to finance      requirements but CHP may     debt. FAME exposure to                 financing
                       Bond Program         estate and machinery and equipment    the acquisition or expansion of    be a part of the expansion   any one relationship may
                                            acquisitions.                         commercial or industrial assets.   plan.                        not exceed $4,250,000.

Finance Authority of   Secondary Market   This program provides tax-exempt        Any commercially viable            No specific technology       Up to 90% of the project     Ongoing   Bond
Maine (FAME)           Tax-Exempt (SMART- interest rate bond financing for        borrower proposing to finance      requirements but CHP may     debt. FAME exposure to                 financing
                       E) Bond Program    manufacturing borrowers.                the acquisition or expansion of    be a part of the expansion   any one relationship may
                                                                                  commercial or industrial assets.   plan.                        not exceed $4,250,000.
                                                                                                                                                  Due to limitations of the
                                                                                                                                                  marketplace, small loans
                                                                                                                                                  may not be feasible.




                                                                                       Maine                                                                                                  Page 13
Point of   Address      City        State   Zip      Phone        Email                        Web link
Contact                                              Number



Andrea     59 State      Augusta    ME      04333    (207) 624-   www.econdevmaine.com         http://www.mainebiz.org/why_maine/pi
Smith      House Station                             7457                                      ne_tree_zones.asp

           2E Mechanic Gardiner     ME      04345    207-588-                                  www.mainetechnology.com/userimag
           Street                                    4790                                      es/CEA%20RFP%20rev%203-05.pdf




           2E Mechanic Gardiner     ME      04345    207-588-                                  www.mainetechnology.com/userimag
           Street                                    4791                                      es/RRMF-RFP.pdf




Shirley    Efficiency  Manchester   ME      04351    866-376-                                  mainegov-
Bartlett   Maine                                     2463                                      images.informe.org/msep/pdf/LOANF
           Business                                                                            ACTSHEET.pdf
           Program, PO
           Box 660, 10
           Tanning
           Brook Road
FAME       5 Community Augusta      ME      04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
           Drive, P.O.                      0949     3734                                      ess/commercial-loan-ins.htm
           Box 949




                                                                                       Maine                                          Page 14
FAME   5 Community Augusta   ME   04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
       Drive, P.O.                0949     3734                                      ess/major-biz-expansion.htm
       Box 949




FAME   5 Community Augusta   ME   04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
       Drive, P.O.                0949     3734                                      ess/link-invest-agriculture.htm
       Box 949




FAME   5 Community Augusta   ME   04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
       Drive, P.O.                0949     3734                                      ess/link-invest-commercial.htm
       Box 949




FAME   5 Community Augusta   ME   04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
       Drive, P.O.                0949     3734                                      ess/energy-conserv.htm
       Box 949




                                                                             Maine                                         Page 15
FAME   5 Community Augusta   ME   04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
       Drive, P.O.                0949     3734                                      ess/revenue-obligation.htm
       Box 949




FAME   5 Community Augusta   ME   04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
       Drive, P.O.                0949     3734                                      ess/smart-bond.htm
       Box 949


FAME   5 Community Augusta   ME   04332-   1-800-228-   info@famemaine.com           http://www.famemaine.com/html/busin
       Drive, P.O.                0949     3734                                      ess/smart-ebond.htm
       Box 949




                                                                             Maine                                         Page 16
            Responsible Agency         Name of             Nature of Incentive         Eligible Parties   Eligble Technologies Amount          Expiration     Distribution
                                       Incentive                                                                                               Date           Mechanism
                                       Program
Direct Incentives
Indirect Incentives
              Massachusetts Division of Corporate          Any income received from    Corporate          Passive Solar Space 100% Deduction   Allowable for 5 Tax
              Energy Resources          Alternative        the sale of or royalty      Commercial         Heat, Solar Water                    years or as     Deduction
                                        Energy and         income from a patent that                      Heat, Solar Space                    determined by
                                        Energy             is deemed beneficial for                       Heat, Solar Thermal                  the
                                        Conservation       energy conservation or                         Electric, Solar                      Commissioner
                                        Patent Deduction   alternative energy                             Thermal Process
                                                           development is tax                             Heat, Photovoltaics,
                                                           deductable.                                    Wind, Biomass,
                                                                                                          Hydroelectric,
                                                                                                          Renewable
                                                                                                          Transportation Fuels,
                                                                                                          Geothermal Electric,
                                                                                                          Fuel Cells, Municipal
                                                                                                          Solid Waste,
                                                                                                          Geothermal Heat
                                                                                                          Pumps,
                                                                                                          Custom/Others
                                                                                                          pending approval
            Massachusetts Division of Personal             A personal income tax        Residential       Passive Solar Space 100% Deduction   Allowable for 5 Tax
            Energy Resources          Alternative          deduction for any income                       Heat, Solar Water                    years or as     Deduction
                                      Energy and           received from the sale of or                   Heat, Solar Space                    determined by
                                      Energy               royalty income from a                          Heat, Solar Thermal                  the
                                      Conservation         patent that is deemed                          Electric, Solar                      Commissioner
                                      Patent Deduction     beneficial for energy                          Thermal Process
                                                           conservation or alternative                    Heat, Photovoltaics,
                                                           energy development.                            Wind, Biomass,
                                                           Patents are deemed                             Hydroelectric,
                                                           qualified by the                               Renewable
                                                           Commissioner.                                  Transportation Fuels,
                                                                                                          Geothermal Electric,
                                                                                                          Fuel Cells, Municipal
                                                                                                          Solid Waste,
                                                                                                          Geothermal Heat
                                                                                                          Pumps,
                                                                                                          Custom/Others
                                                                                                          pending approval




                                                                                    Massachusetts                                                                 Page 17
Responsible Agency       Name of           Nature of Incentive            Eligible Parties       Eligble Technologies Amount                         Expiration     Distribution
                         Incentive                                                                                                                   Date           Mechanism
                         Program
Massachusetts            Massachusetts     Production Incentive -- The    Commercial,            Solar Thermal           Varies; the total fund      The RFP        Direct
Technology Collaborative Green Power       Massachusetts Green            Nonprofit, Local       Electric,               has $15 million.            deadline was   Grant
(MTC) Renewable Energy Partnership         Power Partnership (MGPP)       Government, State      Photovoltaics, Landfill                             3/18/05.
Trust                                      MTC offered to purchase        Government             Gas, Wind, Biomass,
                                           attributes in the form of                             Hydroelectric,
                                           renewable energy                                      Anaerobic Digestion,
                                           certificates (“RECs”) and to                          Tidal Energy, Wave
                                           provide other REC market                              Energy, Ocean
                                           price risk hedging contracts                          Thermal, Fuel Cells
                                           to developers of eligible                             (Renewable Fuels)
                                           renewable energy
                                           generation projects and to
                                           companies that purchase
                                           RECs from eligible
                                           facilities.
Massachusetts              Commercial,     Feaseability Study Grants      Commercial,            Photovoltaics, Landfill   Up to $40,000 and         Series of 6   Direct
Technology Collaborative   Industrial &                                   Industrial, Schools,   Gas, Wind, Biomass,       require an applicant      solicitations Grant
(MTC) Renewable Energy     Institutional                                  Multi-Family           Hydroelectric, Fuel       cost-share of at least    over a 3 year
Trust                      Initiative                                     Residential,           Cells, Biodiesel with     20% or $5,000,            period ending
                                                                          Institutional          capacity greater than     whichever is less.        in September
                                                                                                 10 kW (25 kw for                                    2006
                                                                                                 wind) and at least half
                                                                                                 of the power
                                                                                                 produced must be
                                                                                                 used onsite.

Massachusetts              Commercial,     Design and Construction        Commercial,            Photovoltaics, Landfill   Amounts are calculated    Series of 6   Direct
Technology Collaborative   Industrial &    Grants                         Industrial, Schools,   Gas, Wind, Biomass,       on an incentive-per-      solicitations Grant
(MTC) Renewable Energy     Institutional                                  Multi-Family           Hydroelectric, Fuel       watt of renewable         over a 3 year
Trust                      Initiative                                     Residential,           Cells, Biodiesel with     energy capacity basis.    period ending
                                                                          Institutional          capacity greater than     However, there is a       in September
                                                                                                 10 kW (25 kw for          max of $150,000 for the   2006
                                                                                                 wind) and at least half   Design phase and
                                                                                                 of the power              $500,000 for the
                                                                                                 produced must be          Construction phase.
                                                                                                 used onsite.              The grant amount will
                                                                                                                           not exceed 50% of the
                                                                                                                           costs for each phase.




                                                                     Massachusetts                                                                                      Page 18
Responsible Agency       Name of           Nature of Incentive              Eligible Parties         Eligble Technologies Amount                        Expiration       Distribution
                         Incentive                                                                                                                      Date             Mechanism
                         Program
Massachusetts            Clean Energy Pre- Grants are given for             Commercial,              Solar Photovoltaic,      Feasibility study         Opne until all   Direct
Technology Collaborative Development       feasibilty studies to            Corporate, Not-For-      Solar thermal electric   funding is limited to     funds are        Grants and
(MTC) Renewable Energy Financing           develop eligible renewable       Profit), a public        energy; Wind energy;     $50,000 per project.      exhausted.       Loans
Trust                    Initiative        energy projects in New           instrumentality,         Landfill methane gas     Pre-development
                                           England and loans are            including federal,       or anaerobic digester    funding is limited to
                                           available for pre-               Massachusetts State      gas, Hydroelectric;      $250,000 for wind
                                           development projects.            and local                Biomass Fuels with a     projects and $150,000
                                                                            government and           capacity of 1000 kW      for all other projects. A
                                                                            Massachusetts            (3000 kW for wind).      minimum cost-share of
                                                                            public authorities but                            25% is required for all
                                                                            excluding public                                  projects.
                                                                            schools.
Massachusetts Health and Energy               Low-interest tax-exempt       Educational              Any type of              $300,000 and higher                        Loans
Education Facilities     Conservation         loan to finance energy        Institutions             technology that will
Authority                Financing            efficiency upgrades to                                 help improve the
                         Program              educational institutional                              energy efficiency of a
                                              buildings.                                             building including
                                                                                                     cogeneration.
Massachusetts Business    Brownfields         High Quality, Low Cost,       Any business, or         There are no specific    Subsidy levels may       Ongoing           State-
Development Corporation   Redevelopment       Pre-Negotiated and often      governmental sub-        technology               vary depending upon                        funded
                          Access to Capital   State-subsidized              division of the          requirements for this    funding available in the                   developme
                          Program             environmental insurance is    Commonwealth of          grant but the            Redevelopment Access                       nt
                                              available to parties who      Massachusetts            increased financing      to Capital Fund.                           insurance
                                              wish to purchase, clean up                             can assist in the        Current subsidies equal
                                              and/or develop Brownfields                             installation of onsite   25% of scheduled
                                              sites anywhere in                                      CHP.                     premiums to a
                                              Massachusetts ; and to                                                          maximum of $25,000.
                                              lenders willing to finance
                                              such projects.

Massachusetts Business    There are other
Development Corporation   similar loans
                          available at
                          http://www.mass-
                          business.com/site
                          /site-
                          massbiz/content/
                          at-a-glance/




                                                                          Massachusetts                                                                                      Page 19
Responsible Agency      Name of             Nature of Incentive          Eligible Parties       Eligble Technologies Amount                          Expiration     Distribution
                        Incentive                                                                                                                    Date           Mechanism
                        Program
MassDevelopment         Brownfields         Interest free loans for    Any business that is     There are no specific     Loans up to $50,000        Ongoing        Interest-
                        Redevelopment       brownfield site assessment redeveloping a           technology                are available for site                    free loan
                        Fund                and remediation.           brownfield.              requirements for this     assessment; Loans up
                                                                                                loan however,             to $500,000 are
                                                                                                projects that include a   available for
                                                                                                CHP project are still     remediation as part of a
                                                                                                eligible.                 redevelopment plan
Massachusetts           Brownfields         A 25% to 50% tax credit of   The property must      There are no specific     The costs of certain       Remediation Tax
Department of Revenue   Credit for          certain environmental        be owned or leased     technology                environmental              activities must Deduction
                        Rehabilitation of   response and removal         by the taxpayer for    requirements for this     improvements are tax       be undertaken
                        Contaminated        costs incurred between       business purposes,     loan however,             deductable up to 25%       before August
                        Property            August 1, 1998 and           reported to the        projects that include a   or 50%.                    5, 2005.
                                            January 1, 2007              Department of          CHP project are still
                                                                         Environmental          eligible.
                                                                         Protection (DEP) and
                                                                         the property is
                                                                         located in an
                                                                         economically
                                                                         distressed area.




                                                                    Massachusetts                                                                                       Page 20
Point of Contact Address   City      State   Zip      Phone     Email      Web link
                                                      Number




Legal           70          Boston   MA      02110-   (617) 727- doer.ener Section
Department      Franklin                     1313     4732       gy@state. 2(1)(2)(G)
                Street, 7th                                      ma.us     :
                Floor                                                      http://www
                                                                           .mass.gov
                                                                           /legis/laws
                                                                           /mgl/62-
                                                                           2.htm




Legal           70          Boston   MA      02110-   (617) 727- doer.ener Section
Department      Franklin                     1313     4732       gy@state. 2(1)(2)(G)
                Street, 7th                                      ma.us     :
                Floor                                                      http://www
                                                                           .mass.gov
                                                                           /legis/laws
                                                                           /mgl/62-
                                                                           2.htm




                                                                            Massachusetts   Page 21
Point of Contact Address   City    State   Zip      Phone      Email     Web link
                                                    Number

Nils Bolgen     75 North   Westboro MA     01581-   508-870-   bolgen@ http://www
                Drive      ugh             3340     0312       masstech. .masstech
                                                               org       .org/Grant
                                                                         s_and_Aw
                                                                         ards/CE/
                                                                         mgpp_rou
                                                                         nd2_rfp.ht
                                                                         m




Jim Christo     75 North   Westboro MA     01581-   508.870.0 ci3@mass http://www
                Drive      ugh             3340     312 x 263 tech.org .masstech
                                                                       .org/rene
                                                                       wableener
                                                                       gy/CI3.ht
                                                                       m




Jim Christo     75 North   Westboro MA     01581-   508.870.0 ci3@mass http://www
                Drive      ugh             3340     312 x 263 tech.org .masstech
                                                                       .org/rene
                                                                       wableener
                                                                       gy/CI3.ht
                                                                       m




                                                                         Massachusetts   Page 22
Point of Contact Address   City     State   Zip      Phone     Email     Web link
                                                     Number

David McCarron 75 North    Westboro MA      01581-   508.870.0 pdfi@mas http://www
               Drive       ugh              3340     312 x 201 stech.org .mtpc.org/
                                                                         Grants_an
                                                                         d_Awards
                                                                         /CE/prede
                                                                         v_overvie
                                                                         w.htm




Marietta Joseph 99         Boston   MA      02110-   617.737.8 MJoseph http://www
                Summer                      1240     377       @mhefa.o .mhefa.or
                Street,                                        rg       g/indexpro
                Suite                                                   gram.html
                1000

Thomas J.       500       Wakefield MA      01880    781.928.1 tbarry@m http://www
Barry           Edgewate                             100 x106 ass-       .mass-
                r Drive,                                       business. business.
                Suite 555                                      com       com/site/s
                                                                         ite-
                                                                         massbiz/c
                                                                         ontent/bro
                                                                         wnfields/




                                                                         Massachusetts   Page 23
Point of Contact Address   City      State   Zip     Phone      Email       Web link
                                                     Number

                160         Boston   MA      02110   800-445-   marketing http://www
                Federal                              8030       departme  .massdev
                Street, 7th                                     nt@mass   elopment.
                Floor                                           developm  com/finan
                                                                ent.com   cing/lg_br
                                                                          ownfields.
                                                                          aspx
Jeanine                              MA              (617) 626- wheatonj www.dor.s
Wheaton                                              3280       @dor.stat tate.ma.us
                                                                e.ma.us   /help/guid
                                                                          es/abate_
                                                                          amend/pe
                                                                          rsonal/iss
                                                                          ues/brown
                                                                          fld.htm




                                                                            Massachusetts   Page 24
                 Responsible         Name of         Nature of Incentive        Eligible Parties          Eligble  Amount   Expiration Distributio
                 Agency              Incentive                                                            Technolo          Date       n
                                     Program                                                              gies                         Mechanis
Direct Incentives                                                                                                                      m
Indirect Incentives
                  Office of Energy   Bio-Fuels       There is no incentive
                  and Planning       Program         per se. This program
                                                     is still in the research
                                                     stage and does not
                                                     have money for any
                                                     bio-fuel generators or
                                                     the like.

                 New Hampshire       Brownfields                                http://www.des.state.nh   MORE
                 Department of       Assessments                                .us/asp/Grants/index.a    INFORMA
                 Environmental       Grants                                     sp?gotoGrants=1&gran      TION
                 Services.           Program                                    ts=brownfields            NEEDED
                 New Hampshire       Brownfields                                http://www.des.state.nh
                 Department of       Cleanup State                              .us/asp/Grants/index.a
                 Environmental       Revolving                                  sp?gotoLoans=1&loan
                 Services.           Funds Loan                                 s=brownfields




                                                                                 New Hampshire                                                       Page 25
Point of   Address   City   State   Zip   Phone      Email     Web link
Contact                                   Number




Mike                                      603-271-
Wimsatt                                   6422




                                                             New Hampshire   Page 26
                      Responsible       Name of Incentive Nature of Incentive            Eligible Parties                   Eligble Technologies
                      Agency            Program
Direct Incentives

Special Gas
Cogeneration Rate

Indirect Incentives
                      New York State    Distributed       Matching fund grants        Industrial, Municipal,                Distributed generation and
                      Energy Research   Generation and    support (1) feasability     Commercial and Residential.           Combined Heat and Power
                      and Development   Combined Heat     studies, (2) product
                      Administration    and Power         development and (3)
                      (NYSERDA)         Program           demonstration projects of
                                                          distributed generation (DG)
                                                          systems and combined
                                                          heat and power (CHP)
                                                          applications.

                      New York State    Combined Heat &   Matching funds are             Industrial and commercial        Combined Heat and Power
                      Energy Research   Power and         available for proposals that   facilities, State and local      (applications of
                      and Development   Renewable         study the feasibility of       governments, not-for-profit and  technologies that achieve an
                      Administration    Generation        implementing Combined          private institutions, public and average, annual, fuel-
                      (NYSERDA)         Technical         Heat & Power (CHP) and         private K-12 schools, colleges   conversion efficiency meeting
                                        Assistance        renewable generation.          and universities, multifamily    or exceeding an
                                                                                         buildings greater                efficiency of 60%), Solar,
                                                                                         than five (5) units, and health  Anaerobic digesters,
                                                                                         care facilities.                 Biomass, Land fill gas,
                                                                                                                          Hydropower, Wind.
                      New York State  Peak-Load           A per kW payment for         Facilities eligible for PDR, LC/S, No technology requirements
                      Energy Research Reduction           Permanent Demand             and IM are limited to
                      and Development Program             Reduction (PDR), Load        electric distribution customers
                      Administration                      Curtailment/Shifting (LC/S), that pay into the System Benefits
                      (NYSERDA)                           Distributed Generation       Charge (SBC). Facilities eligible
                                                          (DG) and Interval Meters     for DG are limited to electric
                                                          (IM) in order to reduce      distribution customers only within
                                                          summer peak demand and the Con Edison service territory
                                                          to improve electric system which pay into the System
                                                          reliability and system load Benefits Charge (SBC).
                                                          factor.




                                                                                New York                                                                  Page 27
Responsible       Name of Incentive     Nature of Incentive         Eligible Parties               Eligble Technologies
Agency            Program
New York State    Many other
Energy Research   funding programs
and Development   are available at
Administration    http://www.nyserd
(NYSERDA)         a.org/funding/fundi
                  ng.asp?i=2
New York State    Brownfield            Tax credits are available   Any owner of real property, the No technology requirements.
Department of     Cleanup Program -     for eligible parties that   redevelopment or reuse of which CHP may be part of the
Environmental     Tax Credits           remediate and redevelop a   may be complicated by the       redevelopment plan.
Conservation                            brownfield.                 presence or potential presence
(DEC)                                                               of a hazardous waste,
                                                                    petroleum, pollutant, or
                                                                    contaminant (exceptions apply).




New York State    Brownfield            Grants for the purpose of   Not-for-profit Community Groups No technology requirements.
Department of     Cleanup Program -     obtaining independent                                       CHP may be part of the
Environmental     Technical             technical assistance in                                     redevelopment plan.
Conservation      Assistance Grants     interpreting existing
(DEC)                                   environmental information
                                        about an eligible
                                        "significant threat" site
                                        being remediated in the
                                        State Superfund Program
                                        or Brownfield Cleanup
                                        Program.




                                                              New York                                                            Page 28
Responsible         Name of Incentive   Nature of Incentive         Eligible Parties                   Eligble Technologies
Agency              Program
Dormitory           Tax-Exempt          Qualified facilities can    Higher education institution, Non- Energy management
Authority of the    Equipment           receive tax exempt          profit hospital, Residential health equipment, Computer
State of New York   Leasing Program     financing for eligible      care facility, Diagnostic and       equipment, Campuswide
(DASNY)             (TELP)              technology projects.        treatment center, or other          network systems, Radiology
                                                                    authorized non-profit               equipment, Angiographic
                                                                    organization.                       systems, CT scanners and
                                                                                                        other imaging systems, MRI
                                                                                                        systems, Laboratory/clinical
                                                                                                        analysis equipment,
                                                                                                        Telecommunications
                                                                                                        equipment.
Dormitory         The Power of 2        Various programs that offer Higher education institution, Non- Any energy efficient
Authority of the                        a combination of DASNY      profit hospital, Residential health technology that qualifies for
State of New York                       financing solutions and     care facility, Diagnostic and       both NYSERDA and DASNY
(DASNY) and New                         NYSERDA's energy            treatment center, or other          programs.
York State Energy                       financing incentives and    authorized non-profit
Research and                            technical assistance.       organization.
Development
Authority
(NYSERDA)

New York State      Clean Water State Both short-term no-interest Municipalities                       Landfill gas, Wastewater
Environmental       Revolving Fund    and long-term low-interest                                       treatment, and others.
Facilities                            loans are available for a
Corporation                           variety of water quality
                                      protection projects.

New York State      Industrial Finance Low interest loans to       Municipalities                      Landfill gas, Wastewater
Environmental       Prgoram (IFP)      support the construction of                                     treatment, and others.
Facilities                             solid waste, sewage
Corporation                            treatment, drinking water
                                       and hazardous waste
                                       disposal facilities.




                                                              New York                                                                  Page 29
Responsible      Name of Incentive Nature of Incentive               Eligible Parties                       Eligble Technologies
Agency           Program
New York State   Technical Advisory Provides pollution               Businesses, Government entities No technology requirements.
Environmental    Services (TAS)     prevention, waste                                                CHP may be part of the
Facilities                          reduction and project                                            environmental/energy plan.
Corporation                         management services
                                    assistance to private- and
                                    public-sector clients to help
                                    them improve
                                    environmental practices
                                    and to support
                                    management of their
                                    environmental projects.
                                    Through the Small
                                    Business Assistance
                                    Program (SBAP), small
                                    business are eligible for
                                    free services.
New York City    Business Incentive The Business Incentive           New York City businesses that          No technology requirements.
Economic         Rate               Rate reduces the delivery        are manufacturers or have
Development                         components of electricity        wholesale distribution facilities in
Corporation                         bills by 30-35 percent.          the five boroughs. Retail
                                                                     establishments are not eligible.
New York City    Power Downtown      Power Downtown Business         New York City businesses that          No technology requirements.
Economic         Program             Incentive Rate reduces the      are South of Houston Street in
Development                          delivery costs of electricity   Manhattan may apply.
Corporation                          bills by approximately 30-      Companies must be non-retail
                                     35 percent.                     and occupy a commercial office
                                                                     or industrial space.
New York City    Energy Cost         Discount on utility charges     New York City business that            Distributed generation and
Economic         Savings Program     associated with operating a     have their own electric                Combined Heat and Power
Development      Benefits for        distributed generator for       generation. "Clean Cogen"
Corporation      Distributed         businesses that generate        generators receive additional
                 Generation          their own power.                discounts (Clean Cogen is power
                                                                     produced with less than 0.3 lbs.
                                                                     NOx per MWh).




                                                          New York                                                                        Page 30
Responsible      Name of Incentive Nature of Incentive             Eligible Parties                 Eligble Technologies
Agency           Program
New York City    Energy Cost       Up to a 45% reduction in        Businesses that relocate from     No technology requirements.
Department of    Savings Program energy transmission costs         outside of the City, or from
Small Business                     costs and 35% for natural       Fulton Landing, Long Island City
Services                           gas distribution for eligible   or Manhattan below 96th Street
                                   businesses that relocate to     are eligible. Government
                                   designated areas of the         agencies, hotels, personal-
                                   City.                           service providers, public-benefit
                                                                   corporations and retailers are
                                                                   examples of entities that are not
                                                                   eligible for this program.
New York City    Lower Manhattan    Up to a 45% reduction in       Commercial                        No technology requirements.
Department of    Energy Program     energy transmission costs
Small Business                      costs for commercial
Services                            tenants in lower
                                    manhattan.
Consolidated     Economic           Con Edison offers up to     Buildings in the ConEd service      No technology requirements.
Edison           Development        35% discount on electricity territory.
                 Incentive Rates    delivery costs and 16% for
                                    natural gas delivery costs
                                    to help commercial and
                                    industrial customers start
                                    up or relocate within New
                                    York City.

KeySpan Energy   KeySpan Energy Discount rate of 35% for a         Commercial and Industrial        No technology requirements.
                 Economic         period of 5 years.               customers who open a business
                 Development Gas                                   or move to one of the designated
                 Rate (EDGAR) -                                    economic development areas
                 Area Development                                  and meet minimum monthly
                 Rate                                              consumption criteria, or
                                                                   commercial and industrial
                                                                   customers who expand an
                                                                   existing business located in a
                                                                   designated economic
                                                                   development area by increasing
                                                                   gas usage by 25 percent.




                                                         New York                                                                  Page 31
Responsible      Name of Incentive    Nature of Incentive             Eligible Parties                      Eligble Technologies
Agency           Program
KeySpan Energy   KeySpan Energy       A discounted rate               Commercial and industrial             No technology requirements.
                 Economic             consisting of a rate            customers who qualify for New
                 Development Gas      reduction of up to 50           York City's Industrial and
                 Rate (EDGAR) -       percent for a period of 12      Commercial Incentive Program
                 Business Incentive   years and phasing out by        (ICIP), or locate into a state-
                 Rate                 25 percent each year from       designated Empire Zone and
                                      years 13-15 until the rate is   obtain a Certificate of Eligibility
                                      returned to the standard        from the New York State
                                      tariff in year 16.              Department of Economic
                                                                      Development; or obtain and
                                                                      qualify for the Energy Cost
                                                                      Savings Program (ECSP)
                                                                      administered by the New York
                                                                      City Department of Small
                                                                      Business Services, or other
                                                                      documentable loan or grant
                                                                      received for a capital
                                                                      improvement administered by
                                                                      the City or State of New York.
New York         Gross Receipts       Industrial companies may        Industrial                            No technology requirements
Department of    Tax Credit           take a tax credit for
Taxation and                          amounts paid to their
Finance                               electric, gas and steam
                                      utilities for gross receipts
                                      and related taxes.
New York         Sales Tax            Tax exemption from the         Industrial in New York City            No technology requirements
Department of    Exemption for        8.25% city and state sales
Taxation and     Manufacturers        tax on purchases of
Finance                               electricity, fuel oil, natural
                                      gas and steam, used
                                      directly and exclusively in
                                      the manufacturing,
                                      processing or assembling
                                      of tangible personal
                                      property for sale.




                                                            New York                                                                      Page 32
Responsible      Name of Incentive   Nature of Incentive         Eligible Parties    Eligble Technologies
Agency           Program
New York         Reclaiming Sales    Manufacturers that have       Industrial        No technology requirements
Department of    Tax Previously      previously paid taxes on
Taxation and     Paid                their energy usage may
Finance                              apply for a rebate of
                                     overpaid taxes.
Long Island Power Peak Reduction     Customers who can shed Commercial, Industrial   No technology requirements
Authority (LIPA)  Program            at least 50 kW of load
                                     during the summer on
                                     heavy usage days are
                                     eligible to receive $1.61 for
                                     each kWh of load they
                                     actually shed.




                                                           New York                                               Page 33
Amount                       Expiration Date       Distribution
                                                   Mechanism




Matching funds are           None                  Matching Funds
available as long as the                           Grants
applicant has 50% or more
of the necessary funding:
(1) $100,000 for feasibility
studies;
(2) $500,000 for product
development;
(3) $1,000,000 for
demonstrations.
Up to $250,000               November 30,          Matching Funds
                             2005 but the PON      Grants
                             is traditionaly re-
                             issued every year.




A total of $9.6 million is   Until find runs dry   Per kW payment
available




                                                                    New York   Page 34
Amount                         Expiration Date   Distribution
                                                 Mechanism




Brownfield redevelopment                         Tax Credit
tax credits are available in
the amount of 10% for
individual taxpayers and
12% for businesses; this
percentage is increased to
12% for individual
taxpayers and 14% for
businesses if the Site has
been cleaned up to
unrestricted conditions.
Further, an additional 8%
is available if half of the
Site is in an "En-Zone" (An
area that had, as of the
2000 census, a poverty
rate of at least 20% and
an unemployment rate of
at least 1.25 times the
statewide average).

Up to $50,000                                    Direct Grant




                                                                New York   Page 35
Amount                    Expiration Date   Distribution
                                            Mechanism
Varies                    None              Tax Exempt
                                            Financing




Varies                    None              Varies




Varies                    None              Revolving Loan




Varies, but due to costs    None            Low-interest loan
associated with the loan is
only economical in
amounts above $2-3
million.




                                                                New York   Page 36
Amount                     Expiration Date    Distribution
                                              Mechanism
Qualifying organizations   None               Technical
receive free technical                        assistance
assistance; Other
organizations pay a fee.




Varies                             30-Jun-05 Rate Discount




Varies                             30-Jun-05 Rate Discount




Clean Cogen receives a    None; Program       Per kW rebate;
credit of $0.0444 per kWh enrollment is for   distribution cost
plus a 35% discount on    12 years.           discounts.
gas distribution charges;
Regular DG receives the
35% discount. All
Cogenerators receive a
45% rebate on electric
transporation costs.




                                                                  New York   Page 37
Amount                       Expiration Date   Distribution
                                               Mechanism
45% rebate on electricity            30-Jun-05 Rate Discount
transmission costs; 35%
rebate on natural gas
distribution.




45% rebate on electricity            30-Jun-05 Rate Discount
transmission costs



Up to 35% discount on        None              Rate Discount
electricity delivery costs
and up to 16% for natural
gas delivery costs.




Discount rate of 35% for a None                Rate Discount
period of 5 years.




                                                               New York   Page 38
Amount                    Expiration Date   Distribution
                                            Mechanism
Discount rate of 50% for a None             Rate Discount
period of 16 years.




Tax credits equal about   None              Tax Credit
3.4% of a business's
electric, gas and steam
utility bill.


8.25% sales tax on energy None              Tax Credit
used in manufacturing.




                                                            New York   Page 39
Amount                  Expiration Date   Distribution
                                          Mechanism
Varies                  None              Tax Credit




$1.61 per kWh of load   None              Per kWh rebate
shed.




                                                           New York   Page 40
Point of Contact   Address       City     State   Zip          Phone Number    Email             Web link




Jim Foster         17 Columbia   Albany   NY      12203-6399   1-866-NYSERDA                     http://www.nyserd
                   Circle                                      ext. 3376                         a.org/programs/dg
                                                                                                 chp.asp




Mark Gundrum       17 Columbia   Albany   NY      12203-6399   1-866-NYSERDA                     http://www.nyserd
                   Circle                                      ext. 3256                         a.org/funding/fundi
                                                                                                 ng.asp?i=2




Christopher Smith 17 Columbia    Albany   NY      12203-6399   1-866-NYSERDA   cjs@nyserda.org   http://www.nyserd
                  Circle                                       ext. 3260                         a.org/funding/fundi
                                                                                                 ng.asp?i=2




                                                  New York                                                             Page 41
Point of Contact   Address        City     State   Zip          Phone Number     Email   Web link




Brownfields        625 Broadway   Albany   NY      12233-7012   (518) 402-9711           http://www.dec.stat
Coordination                                                                             e.ny.us/website/de
Section                                                                                  r/bcp/bcp.html




TAG Coordinator    625 Broadway   Albany   NY      12233-7012   (518) 402-9711           http://www.dec.stat
                                                                                         e.ny.us/website/de
                                                                                         r/guidance/tag/




                                                   New York                                                    Page 42
Point of Contact   Address        City     State   Zip                Phone Number         Email            Web link

Art Ware           515 Broadway   Albany   NY                   12207 518-257-3373         aware@dasny.org http://www.dasny.o
                                                                                                           rg/telp/index.php




Matt Brown         17 Columbia    Albany   NY      12203-6399         1-866-NYSERDA        mcb@nyserda.org http://www.dasny.o
                   Circle                                             ext. 3336                            rg/finance/power/i
                                                                                                           ndex.php




David Morseman 625 Broadway       Albany   NY      12207-2997         (800) 882-9721                        http://www.nysefc.
                                                                      (NY) or (518) 402-                    org/srf/CWSRF/C
                                                                      7433                                  WSRFhome.htm



IFP Project        625 Broadway   Albany   NY      12207-2997         1-800-882-9721       ifp@nysefc.org   http://www.nysefc.
Manager                                                               (within NY)                           org/ifphome.htm

                                                                      (518) 402-7461




                                                   New York                                                                      Page 43
Point of Contact   Address           City        State   Zip                Phone Number     Email   Web link

Erick McCandless, 625 Broadway       Albany      NY      12207-2997         1-800-882-9721           http://www.nysefc.
Director                                                                                             org/tas/TAShome.
                                                                                                     htm




Energy Division    110 William Street New York   NY                   10038 (212) 312-3600           http://www.nycedc.
                                                                                                     com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                     entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                     ergy_a.html

Energy Division    110 William Street New York   NY                   10038 (212) 312-3600           http://www.nycedc.
                                                                                                     com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                     entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                     ergy_f.html


Energy Division    110 William Street New York   NY                   10038 (212) 312-3600           http://www.nycedc.
                                                                                                     com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                     entives/Energy/EC
                                                                                                     SPProgram.pdf




                                                         New York                                                         Page 44
Point of Contact   Address             City       State   Zip              Phone Number     Email             Web link

Lynn Roberts       110 Williams        New York   NY                 10038 (212) 513-6345   lroberts@dbs.nyc. http://www.nycedc.
                   Street, 3rd Floor                                                        gov               com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                              entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                              ergy_c.html




James Topping      110 Williams        New York   NY                 10038 (212) 513-6845   jtopping@dbs.nyc. http://www.nycedc.
                   Street, 3rd Floor                                                        gov               com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                              entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                              ergy_k.html

                   4 Irving Place      New York   NY                       (800) 522-5635                     http://www.nycedc.
                                                                                                              com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                              entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                              ergy_d.html




Lillie Manjarrez   1 MetroTech         Brooklyn   NY                 11201 (718) 270-5723   lmanjarrez@keysp http://www.nycedc.
                   Center                                                                   anenergy.com     com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                             entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                             ergy_e.html




                                                          New York                                                                 Page 45
Point of Contact   Address       City       State   Zip              Phone Number     Email            Web link

Lillie Manjarrez   1 MetroTech   Brooklyn   NY                 11201 (718) 270-5723   lmanjarrez@keysp http://www.nycedc.
                   Center                                                             anenergy.com     com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                       entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                       ergy_e.html




                                                                     (800) 225-5829                    http://www.nycedc.
                                                                                                       com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                       entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                       ergy_h.html


                                                                     (800) 225-5829                    http://www.nycedc.
                                                                                                       com/Business_Inc
                                                                                                       entives/Energy/En
                                                                                                       ergy_h.html




                                                    New York                                                                Page 46
Point of Contact   Address   City   State   Zip        Phone Number     Email   Web link

                                                       (800) 225-5829           http://www.nycedc.
                                                                                com/Business_Inc
                                                                                entives/Energy/En
                                                                                ergy_h.html

                                                       1-800-692-2626           http://www.lipower.
                                                                                org/commercial/lar
                                                                                ge/peak.html




                                            New York                                                  Page 47
            Responsible Name of           Nature of Incentive   Eligible Parties         Eligble            Amount            Expiration Date   Distribution   Point of
            Agency      Incentive                                                        Technologies                                           Mechanism      Contact
                        Program
Direct Incentives
Indirect Incentives
            Rhode       Renewable         Production Incentive Commercial, Retail        Photovoltaics,     TBD               The program is    Production
            Island      Generation                             Supplier                  Landfill Gas,                        currently         Incentive
            Renewable Supply                                                             Wind, Biomass,                       undergoign
            Energy Fund Initiative                                                       Hydroelectric,                       revision and an
                                                                                         Fuel Cells,                          RFP will be
                                                                                         Microturbines                        released when
                                                                                                                              the program is
                                                                                                                              ready.
          Rhode          Purchase State Grant                   Commercial,              Solar Thermal      The fund has      None              Direct Grants Janice
          Island                  Program designed
                         and Sale of                            Industrial, Nonprofit,   Electric,          $370,000 to be                                    McClanag
          Renewable      Renewableto assist both the            Local Government,        Photovoltaics,     awarded in any                                    han
          Energy Fund             customers and
                         Electricity to                         Utility, State           Landfill Gas,      denomination
                         Large    suppliers of green            Government, Retail       Wind, Biomass,
                                  energy in either
                         Electricity                            Supplier                 Hydroelectric,
                         Customerspurchasing or                                          Fuel Cells
                                  selling the power,
                                  respectively.
          Rhode       Small       Suppliers of green            Retail Green Power       Photovoltaics,     A $1.36 million  Until the fund     Direct Grants Janice
          Island      Customer    power are paid on a           Supplier                 Landfill Gas,      fund which pays runs dry.                         McClanag
          Renewable Incentive     per customer basis                                     Wind, Biomass,     $125/customer                                     han
          Energy Fund Program for for the number of                                      Geothermal         for first 6,000
                      Green       green power                                            Electric, Fuel     customers state-
                      Power       customers they                                         Cells, Anaerobic   wide and
                      Marketers   have enrolled.                                         Digestion, Small   $75/customer
                                                                                         Hydroelectric      thereafter until
                                                                                                            the funds are
                                                                                                            exhausted.
          Rhode          Energy           Revolving loan        Municpalities,           Energy Efficient                    None               Revolving      Tim Howe
          Island State   Conservatio      program to fund       Intitutional             building                                               Loan
          Energy         n Revolving      qualified energy      Organizations            upgrades
          Office         Loan             efficient building                             including energy
                         Program          upgrades including                             recovery and
                                          on-site                                        cogeneration.
                                          cogeneration.




                                                                                   Rhode Island                                                                           Page 48
Rhode         Brownfields   Revolving loan       Parties seeking to   There are no     Depends on the   Ongoing   Revolving   Susan
Island        Cleanup       program to invest in remediate            specific         site.                      Loan        Kaplan
Economic      Revolving     the redevelopment brownfields.            technology
Developmen    Loan Fund     of brownfields.                           requirements but
t                                                                     CHP could be
Corporation                                                           part of a
                                                                      redevelopment
                                                                      plan




                                                                  Rhode Island                                                         Page 49
Address     City      State   Zip      Phone      Email       Web link
                                       Number




1 Capital   Providenc RI      02908-   (401)222- JaniceM http://www.ris
Hill        e                 5853     3370      @gw.doa. eo.state.ri.us/r
                                                 state.ri.us iref/newsevent
                                                             s/rfp/largecust
                                                             rfp.pdf




1 Capital   Providenc RI      02908-   (401)222- JaniceM http://www.ris
Hill        e                 5853     3370      @gw.doa. eo.state.ri.us/r
                                                 state.ri.us iref/newsevent
                                                             s/rfp/small_cu
                                                             stomer_guidel
                                                             ines.pdf




1 Capital   Providenc RI      02908-   (401) 222- TimH@gw http://www.ris
Hill        e                 5853     3370       .doa.state eo.state.ri.us/
                                                  .ri.us     programs/revl
                                                             oan.html




                                                                         Rhode Island   Page 50
One West Providenc RI   02903   (401) 222- http://ried http://riedc.sh
Exchange e                      2601 x146 c.shazam azamm.net/rie
Street                                     m.net/ried dc/business_s
                                           c/busines ervices/12/60/
                                           s_service
                                           s/12/60/#




                                                                 Rhode Island   Page 51
              Responsible         Name of Incentive     Nature of Incentive              Eligible Parties                               Eligble Technologies
              Agency              Program

Direct Incentives
Indirect Incentives
               Central Vermont       Cow Power          Production incentive to farmers Agricultural Producers                          anaerobic digestion
               Public Service                           who own systems utilizing
               Corporation (Utility)                    anaerobic digestion of
                                                        agricultural products, byproducts
                                                        or wastes to generate electricity.
                                                        Producers must have at least
                                                        500 cows to participate and
                                                        cooperative arraingements are
                                                        possible.


              Sales Tax           Sales tax exemption No sales tax is charged on an      Residential, commercial, and agricultural      Photovoltaics, wind
              Exemption           for renewable energy energy system for homes or        installers of photovoltaic array, wind         turbines, fuel cells,
                                  systems.             businesses that qualify for net   turbine, fuel cell, biomass gasification and   biomass gasification and
                                                       metering or as a renewable        farm electrical generating technology.         farm electrical generating
                                                       source. 32 V.S.A. § 9741.                                                        technology.



              Central Vermont     Renewable             Utility Grant Program for farmers Agricultural Producers                        anaerobic digesters
              Public Service      Development Trust     who use anaerobic digesters to
              Corporation         Fund                  produce electricty. May be used
                                                        in combination with CHP.


              Biomass Resource Vermont Farm             Cost-share; Study on the        Agricultural producers                          Methane Study
              Center           Methane Pilot            effectiveness of methane energy
                               Program                  production.




                                                                               Vermont                                                                               Page 52
Vermont Economic Direct Loan Program - Loan funds may be used for the  Owners and operators of the following       There is no provision for
Development      Subchapter 5          purchase of land, the purchase  businesses are eligible for this loan:      renewables of any type in
Authority                              or construction (including      quarrying; mining; manufacturing;           these loans however, a
                                                                       processing (including the further
                                       renovation) of buildings, and the                                           project that includes CHP
                                       purchase and installation of    processing of agricultural products);       may be eligible.
                                       machinery and equipment for     assembling or warehousing; conducting
                                       use in an "eligible facility".  research and development; use as the
                                                                       national or regional headquarters of a
                                                                       multistate business; travel and tourism
                                                                       related projects and related recreational
                                                                       activities; collecting or processing of
                                                                       waste material or controlling pollution;
                                                                       converting post consumer materials into
                                                                       industrial feed stocks, or manufacturing
                                                                       products from these feed stocks; the
                                                                       business of information technology or the
                                                                       collection or managing of data; a captive
                                                                       or commercial insurance underwriter, a
                                                                       mortgage, commercial, or consumer credit
                                                                       provider; or use as a small business
                                                                       incubator facility.
Vermont Economic Tax Exempt Industrial Revenue Bond (RB) Program is Eligible borrowers, as defined by federal      There is no provision for
Development      Revenue Bonds -       designed to aid businesses      statute, are manufacturers engaged in the   renewables of any type in
Authority        Subchapter 4          through VEDA's issuance of tax- production of tangible personal property;   these revenue bonds
                                       exempt bonds. The bonds are     501(c)3 nonprofit organizations; and        however, a project that
                                       not guaranteed by the State of facilities considered to be "exempt" by      includes CHP may be
                                       Vermont or VEDA; marketability statute, typically solid and hazardous       eligible.
                                       of the bonds is based on the    waste disposal facilities.
                                       creditworthiness of the user
                                       company.




                                                               Vermont                                                                         Page 53
Vermont Economic Local Development       Loans to nonprofit local and           Eligible borrowers include all nonprofit     There is no provision for
Development      Corporation Loans -     regional development                   local and regional development               renewables of any type in
Authority        Subchapter 3            corporations to build facilities for   corporations incorporated in the state for   these development loans
                                         lease to identified eligible           the purpose of fostering, encouraging and    however, a project that
                                         tenants. Loans may be used for         assisting the location of business           includes CHP may be
                                         the purchase of land for               enterprises within the state and having as   eligible.
                                         industrial parks, industrial park      their principal purpose industrial and
                                         planning and development, and          economic development.
                                         the construction or improvement
                                         of tenant-specific speculative
                                         buildings or small business
                                         incubator facilities.
Vermont Economic Other Indirect
Development      incentives are
Authority        available as well at:
                 http://www.veda.org/h
                 tml/program_grid.html




                                                                  Vermont                                                                                Page 54
Amount              Expiration Distribution
                    Date       Mechanism




CVPS purchases        None        Per kWh
electricity at 95% of             rebate
the Locational
Marginal Price of
generation
published by ISO
New England
(roughly avoided
cost), plus an
additional $0.04 per
kWh.
100% of the sales None            N/A
tax of the item
purchased




Varies on a case-by- None         Direct
case basis.                       grants,
                                  loans and
                                  other
                                  incentives.

                             2004 Direct grant




                                                 Vermont   Page 55
A direct loan may   Ongoing   Direct loan
provide no more
than 40% of the
cost of a project,
subject to this 40%
limitation, VEDA's
participation may
not exceed
$1,300,000, of
which no more than
$800,000 may be
for land and
buildings and
$500,000 for
machinery and
equipment.




Varies             Ongoing    Tax Exempt
                              Revenue
                              Bond




                                            Vermont   Page 56
Varies   Ongoing   Loans




                           Vermont   Page 57
Point of    Address City       State   Zip     Phone        Email        Web link
Contact                                        Number




Dave Dun, 77         Rutland   VT      05701   (802) 747-   ddunn@cvp http://www.d
Central     Grove                              5681         s.com     sireusa.org/d
Vermont     Street                                                    ocuments/In
Public                                                                centives/VT0
Service                                                               5F.pdf
Corporation




Andrew     P.O.      Montpelier VT     05601   (802) 229-             http://www.le
Perchlik,  Box                                 0099                   g.state.vt.us/
Renewable 1036                                                        statutes/fulls
Energy VT.                                                            ection.cfm?T
                                                                      itle=32&Cha
                                                                      pter=233&S
                                                                      ection=0974
                                                                      1
Dave Dun, 77         Rutland   VT      05701   (802) 747-   ddunn@cvp http://www.st
Central     Grove                              5681         s.com     ate.vt.us/psb
Vermont     Street                                                    /orders/2004
Public                                                                /files/6545ne
Service                                                               ilorder.pdf
Corporation




                                                               Vermont                 Page 58
58 East Montpelier VT   05602   802.828.562 info@veda.s http://www.v
State                           7           tate.vt.us  eda.org/html
Street,                                                 /program_su
Suite 5                                                 b5.html




58 East Montpelier VT   05602   802.828.562 info@veda.s http://www.v
State                           7           tate.vt.us  eda.org/html
Street,                                                 /program_in
Suite 5                                                 d_revenue_
                                                        bonds.html




                                               Vermont                 Page 59
58 East Montpelier VT   05602   802.828.562 info@veda.s http://www.v
State                           7           tate.vt.us  eda.org/html
Street,                                                 /program_lo
Suite 5                                                 cal_dev.html




                                               Vermont                 Page 60
State           Eligible Renewables       Applicable  System Size     Limit on overal        Expiration Online           Contact
                                          Sectors     Limitation      enrollment             Date       Authority
Maine           Solar Thermal Electric,   Commercial, 100 kW          None; however, if      None       ftp://ftp.maine. Mitchell
                Photovoltaics, Wind,      Industrial                  the total power sent              gov/pub/sos/ce Tannenbaum
                Biomass, Hydroelectric, and                           back to the grid                  c/rcn/apa/65/4
                Geothermal Electric, Fuel Residential                 reaches 0.5% of the               07/407c313.do
                Cells, Municipal Solid                                total energy than                 c
                Waste, Cogeneration,                                  then PUC will re-
                Tidal Energy                                          evaluate the
                                                                      efficacy of the
                                                                      program.
New Hampshire   Wind, Solar and             Commercial,  Up to 25kW;                 0.05% None       http://www.puc.
                Hydroelectric               Industrial   External                                     state.nh.us/Re
                                            and          Disconnect                                   gulatory/Rules/
                                            Residential  required for                                 puc900.pdf
                                                         systems
                                                         above 10kW
Vermont         Photovoltaics, Wind,        Commercial, 15kW;         1% of a company's None          http://www.leg. Kelly Launder
                Biomass, Fuel Cells         Residential, 150kW for    peak demand                     state.vt.us/stat
                                            Agricultural farm systems during 1996, or the             utes/fullsection
                                                                      peak demand                     .cfm?Title=30&
                                                                      during the most                 Chapter=005&
                                                                      recent full calendar            Section=00219
                                                                      year, whichever is              a
                                                                      less. However, a
                                                                      utility and an on-
                                                                      farm system owner
                                                                      may jointly petition
                                                                      the PSB to exceed
                                                                      the enrollment cap.
Massachusetts   Solar Thermal Electric,     Commercial, 60 kW         None                 None       http://www.mas Barry
                Photovoltaics, Wind,        Industrial,                                               s.gov/dte/cmr/2 Perlmutter
                Biomass, Hydroelectric,     Residential                                               20cmr1100.pdf
                Geothermal Electric, Fuel                                                             -- Section
                Cells, Municipal Solid                                                                11.04 (7)
                Waste, Cogeneration




                                                                         Net-Metering                                                 Page 61
Rhode Island   Solar Thermal Electric,   Commercial, 25 kW              1 MW in            None    http://www.dsir Al Contente
               Photovoltaics, Wind,      Industrial,                    Narraganssett              eusa.org/docu
               Biomass, Hydroelectric, Residential                      territory                  ments/Incentiv
               Geothermal Electric, Fuel                                                           es/RI01R.pdf
               Cells, Municipal Solid
               Waste, Cogeneration

Connecticut    Solar Thermal Electric,   Commercial,    100 kW for      None               None    http://www.dsir Mark Quinlin
               Photovoltaics, Landfill   Residential,   renewables;                                eusa.org/docu
               Gas, Wind, Biomass,       Multi-Family   50 kW for                                  ments/Incentiv
               Fuel Cells, Municipal     (2-4 units)    fossil-fuels                               es/CT01Ra.ht
               Solid Waste, Small                                                                  m
               Hydroelectric, Tidal
               Energy, Wave Energy,
               Ocean Thermal
New York       Photovoltaics, Wind,      Residential, 10 kW for         0.1% of 1996        None                  Patrick
               Biomass                   Agricultural solar; 25 kW      demand per IOU for                        Maher
                                                      for residential   solar; 0.2% of 2003
                                                      wind; 125 kW      demand per IOU for
                                                      for farm-         wind; 0.4% of 1996
                                                      based wind;       demand per IOU for
                                                      400 kW for        farm-based biogas
                                                      farm-based
                                                      biogas




                                                                          Net-Metering                                            Page 62
Organization Address   City      State   Zip     Phone      Email                  Web site

Maine Public #18 State Augusta   ME              (207) 287- Mitchell.tannenbaum http://www
Utilities    House                               1391       @state.me.us        .state.me.
Commision Station                                                               us/mpuc/




Vermont    112 State Montpelier VT       05601   (802) 828- kelly.launder@state. http://www
Department Street,                               2811       vt.us                .state.vt.u
of Public  Drawer 20                                                             s/psd
Service,
Energy
Efficiency
Division




Massachuse   100       Boston    MA      02202   (617) 305- barry.perlmutter@st http://www
tts          Cambridg                            3575       ate.ma.us           .state.ma.
Department   e Street,                                                          us/dpu
of           Room
Telecommu    1210
nications
and Energy




                                                                    Net-Metering               Page 63
Rhode         89        Warwick   RI   02888    (401) 941- al.contente@ripuc.st http://www
Island Public Jefferson                         4500       ate.ri.us            .ripuc.stat
Utilities     Blvd.                             Ext.121                         e.ri.us
Commission



Connecticut 10         New        CT   06051    (860) 827- mark.quinlan@po.st http://www
Department Franklin    Britain                  2691       ate.ct.us          .state.ct.u
of Public   Square                                                            s/dpuc/
Utility
Control



New York   3 Empire    Albany     NY      12223 (518) 486- patrick_maher@dps. http://www
Department Plaza                                2574       state.ny.us        .dps.state.
of Public                                                                     ny.us
Service




                                                                  Net-Metering                Page 64
Renewable          Goal                  Eligible Technology               Cogeneration            System Size    Statutes and
Portfolio Standard                                                         Qualify?                               Rules

Maine                             30% Solar Thermal Electric,       Yes                            100 MW or less http://www.d
                                      Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,                                                sireusa.org/
                                      Wind, Biomass, Hydroelectric,                                               documents/I
                                      Fuel Cells, Municipal Solid                                                 ncentives/M
                                      Waste, Cogeneration, Tidal                                                  E01Ra.pdf
                                      Energy
New Hampshire     NONE
Vermont           Each utility is        Solar Thermal Electric,           CHP can qualify if No limits           Enacted in
                  encouraged to          Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,      combined with                          June 2005,
                  install 10% of its     Wind, Biomass, Hydroelectric      biomass, anaerobic                     the RPS
                  2005 retail sales in   (Up to 200 MW, Anaerobic          digestion or fuel                      currently
                  renewable              Digestion, Fuel Cells             cells.                                 available
                  prodution by 2012.     (Renewable Fuel).                                                        here:
                  If they do not the                                                                              http://www.d
                  RPS is likely to                                                                                sireusa.org/
                  become                                                                                          documents/I
                  mandatory.                                                                                      ncentives/V
                                                                                                                  T04R.doc
Massachusetts     1% of their power      Solar; wind; ocean thermal,       If in a configeration                  http://www.
                  supply in 2003,        wave, and tidal; fuel cells       with the eligible                      mass.gov/le
                  increasing to 4% by    using renewable fuels; landfill   technologies                           gis/laws/mgl
                  2009                   gas; and low emission,                                                   /25a-11f.htm
                                         advanced technology
                                         biomass.
Rhode Island      16% by 2020            Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,      Yes                     No limits      http://www.ri
                                         Wind, Biomass, Geothermal                                                lin.state.ri.us
                                         Electric, Anaerobic Digestion,                                           /Statutes/TI
                                         Small Hydroelectric, Tidal                                               TLE39/39-
                                         Energy, Wave Energy, Ocean                                               26/INDEX.H
                                         Thermal, Biodiesel, Fuel                                                 TM
                                         Cellsn w/ Renewable Fuels




                                                                                     RPS                                            Page 65
Renewable          Goal                  Eligible Technology            Cogeneration      System Size     Statutes and
Portfolio Standard                                                      Qualify?                          Rules

Connecticut       10% by 2010 (7%        Class 1: Solar Thermal         Yes (Class III)   Depends on fuel http://www.c
                  'Class 1'              Electric, Photovoltaics, Wind,                   -- see eligible  ga.ct.gov/20
                  renewables and 3%      Sustainable Biomass, Run-of-                     technology list. 03/act/Pa/20
                  'Class 2'). Recently   the-River Hydroelectric (under                                    03PA-00135-
                  created "Class 3"      5 MW), Tidal Energy, Wave                                         R00SB-
                  includes CHP and       Energy, Ocean Thermal, Fuel                                       00733-
                  efficiency, scaling    Cells, Cogeneration. Class 2:                                     PA.htm
                  up to 4% by 2010.      Municipal Solid Waste,
                                         Cogeneration, Low E
                                         Renewables, Landfill Gas,
                                         other Biomass. Class 3:
                                         (new) energy efficiency and
                                         CHP. (Docket 05-07-19: rules
                                         due Feb. 1, 2006.)

New York          25% by 2013            Photovoltaics, Landfill Gas,  Yes                No limits       http://www.d
                                         Wind, Biomass, Hydroelectric,                                    ps.state.ny.
                                         Fuel Cells, Biogas, Liquid                                       us/03e0188.
                                         Biofuel, Tidal Energy, Wave                                      htm
                                         Energy, Ocean Thermal




                                                                                  RPS                                     Page 66
Contact       Organization   Address            City        State   Zip          Phone            Email                 Web site


Mitchell   Maine Public      #18 State House Augusta        ME                   (207) 287-1391   Mitchell.tannenbau http://www.state.me
Tannenbaum Utilities         Station                                                              m@state.me.us      .us/mpuc/
           Commision




Riley Allen   Vermont        112 State Street, Montpelier VT        05620-2601   (802) 828-4053   riley.allen@state.vt. http://www.state.vt.
              Department of Drawer 20                                                             us                    us/psd
              Public Service




Howard        Massachusett 100 Cambridge        Boston      MA      02114        (617) 727-4732   doer.rps@state.ma. http://www.state.ma
Bernstein     s Division of St., Suite 1020                                      Ext.4055         us                 .us/doer/
              Energy
              Resources


Julie         Rhode Island   One Capitol Hill   Providenc   RI      02908        (401) 222-3370   JulieC@gw.doa.stat http://www.riseo.sta
Capobianco    State Energy                      e                                                 e.ri.us            te.ri.us
              Office




                                                                          RPS                                                                  Page 67
Contact   Organization   Address          City       State   Zip                 Phone            Email               Web site


Ginger    Connecticut    10 Franklin      New         CT     06051               (860) 827-2630   ginger.teubner@po. http://www.state.ct.
Teubner   Department of Square            Britain, CT                                             state.ct.us        us/dpuc/
          Public Utility                  06051
          Control




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                Technologies             Sectors      Size         overal       Date       Authority
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New Hampshire

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