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Green-e Energy Tracking Attestations Received

The following renewable electricity generation facilities are registered in an approved electronic tracking system. They have all submitted Tracking Attestations to Green-e Energy, and, based on the information provided on these attestations, have been deemed by Green-e Energy staff to meet the eligibility criteria in the Green-e Energy National Standard; however, Green-e Energy does not certify these or any other generation facilities. This list is updated periodically, as new Tracking Attestations are accepted.

If renewable MWh from these facilities is used in Green-e Energy certified renewable energy products, tracking system retirement or transfer reports may be used to substantiate sales of the renewable attributes. Some facilities' entries indicate the Tracking Attestation Start and End Date. This indicates that the Tracking Attestation they have signed is effective over that generation period only, and that only renewable MWh generated during that period may be used in Green-e Energy certified sales. The vintage rules spelled out in the Green-e Energy National Standard still apply.

See the Attestation Forms on the Green-e Energy Documents page for a copy of the Tracking Attestation that must be used by facilities applying for eligibility.


Tracking Attestations: Green-e Eligible Facilities


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NOTE: Hydropower facilities indicated with an asterisk (*) are repowered and subject to changes under Version 2.3 of the Green-e Energy National Standard that limit their eligibility to certain generation dates and Green-e Energy participants. See "Clarification on Treatment of Repowered Hydropower Facilities" listed on Green-e Energy Documents.


Note for Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) Facilities

Facilities listed in the table that are in a state participating in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) are subject to additional eligibility criteria based on the RGGI state into which their RECs are sold. A listing in the table does not guarantee eligibility for use in all Green-e Energy certified sales. See Appendix A of the Green-e Energy National Standard for details. The nine states participating in RGGI are Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.