Green Energy Technologies

Eligible Green Energy Technologies shall mean the green technologies eligible to apply for an incentive under the Green Energy Fund, as approved from time to time by PREAA and indicated in the Reference Guides. The following Green Energy technologies are eligible to receive incentives under the Green Energy Fund during fiscal year 2011-2012:

  • Solar (Photovoltaic "PV")
  • Wind

Notwithstanding, Green Energy jointly includes the terms Sustainable Renewable Energy and Alternative Renewable Energy, as defined by Act 83 of 2010. Therefore, the following technologies could be considered for eligibility in subsequent fiscal years:

Sustainable Renewable Energy – means energy derived from the following sources:

  • Solar energy
  • Wind energy
  • Geothermal energy
  • Renewable biomass combustion
  • Combustion of gas derived from renewable biomass
  • Combustion of biofuels derived exclusively from renewable biomass
  • Qualifying hydroelectric energy
  • Marine and hydrokinetic renewable energy, as this term is set forth in Section 632 of the ―United States Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, Pub.L. 110-140, 42 U.S.C. § 17211)
  • Oceanic thermal energy
  • Any other clean or renewable energy subsequently defined by the Administration, by regulation or an order, as renewable energy

Alternate Renewable Energy – means energy derived from the following sources:

  • Conversion of municipal solid waste
  • Combustion of gas derived from a landfill
  • Anaerobic digestion
  • Fuel cells
  • Any other energy subsequently defined by the Administration, by regulation or an order, as alternative renewable energy