|Senate Bill 1 Eligibility Criteria and||)||Docket No. 07-SB-1|
|Conditions for Incentives||)||Notice of Availability|
|)||RE: Guidelines for California’s Solar|
|)||Electric Incentive Programs Pursuant|
|)||to Senate Bill 1|
Notice of Availability
Guidelines for California's Solar Electric Incentive Programs
Pursuant to Senate Bill 1
Publication Number: CEC-300-2007-012-CMF
At its December 19, 2007, Business Meeting, the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) adopted the Committee Final Guidelines For California's Solar Electric Incentive Programs Pursuant To Senate Bill 1.
Senate Bill 1 directs the Energy Commission to establish eligibility criteria, conditions for incentives, and rating standards for projects applying for ratepayer-funded incentives for solar energy systems in California by January 1, 2008. Solar energy incentive programs under Senate Bill 1 include the California Public Utilities Commission's California Solar Initiative, the Energy Commission's New Solar Homes Partnership, and programs administered by California's publicly owned utilities.
The adopted Guidelines include an erratum incorporated by reference that was presented by staff at the December 19, 2007, Business Meeting and accepted by the Energy Commission. The erratum provides staff clarification to the text of the Guidelines, is nonsubstantive in nature and makes a clarifying change. The revised notice of erratum is available on the Energy Commission's website at [www.energy.ca.gov/sb1].
These Guidelines are available free from the Energy Commission's Website at: [www.energy.ca.gov/sb1].
Anyone may obtain printed copies by contacting the Energy Commission's Publications Unit at (916) 654-5200 or by sending a written request along with $5 per copy to:
California Energy Commission
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5504
When requesting printed copies, please refer to the publication number, as noted above, of the Guidelines you are interested in.
If you have technical questions on the subject matter of this notice, please contact Lynette Green of the Renewable Energy Program, by phone at (916) 653-2728, or by e-mail at
Date Posted: January 7, 2008
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