Straightforward Strategies to Meet RPS
As more and more states adopt RPS requirements, utilities are searching for the right partners to help them comply.
We work with utilities to help them meet these compliance obligations through RECs and power purchase opportunities.
OneEnergy Renewables currently supplies some of the largest voluntary green power programs in the country.
RENEWABLE ENERGY Certificates (RECS)
OneEnergy Renewables' expertise in REC procurement and trading allows us to supply affordable, high-quality RECs through a simple transaction.
Our RECs are all Green-e certified and tracked in third-party databases such as the Western Renewable Energy Generation Information System (WREGIS).
power off-take opportunities
In addition to supplying RECs, OneEnergy Renewables offers utilities the opportunity to purchase power directly from one of the projects we develop.
The Maryland Public Service Commission approved OneEnergy’s Linkwood Solar Project in Linkwood, MD on June 9, 2015 after an extensive review from the State of Maryland. A change in solar panel technology has allowed the Linkwood Solar Project to increase its generating capacity from 15.5 MW as originally proposed to 19.5 MW. This increase in capacity is the result of a change in technology and will not alter the dimensional footprint of project as originally approved. OneEnergy filed a request with the Maryland Public Service Commission on December 17, 2015 for approval to increase the project’s capacity from 15.5 MW to 19.5 MW. To review these filings, click on the project name above.
OneEnergy developed the 3.0 MW Steel Bridge Solar project in Polk County, Oregon. Previously covered in weeds, the installation of a solar energy facility at this location makes for a unique success story: an optimally sited renewable energy project that utilizes directly- adjacent electrical infrastructure; delivery of a consistent revenue stream for the landowner on what was previously a low value piece of land; and, the provision of ongoing tax revenue to an economically distressed region. The project is expected to produce nearly 4,000 MWh of energy in its first year of operation and will be the largest single solar PV project in Portland General Electric’s service territory.