Massachusetts DOER Files Alternative Portfolio Standard (APS) Emergency Rulemaking

Posted April 9th, 2019 by SRECTrade.

On April 5th, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) filed emergency regulations that amend portions of the current version of 225 CMR 16: Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard (“APS”).

Specifically, the emergency regulation cancels the transition from pre-minting to forward minting for all small (residential) renewable thermal technologies. As such, small systems will continue to receive their credits upfront, in lump-sum. These proposed changes will take effect immediately and remain in effect for three months. If the DOER successfully concludes the entire rulemaking process within the next three months, the emergency amendments will become law.

SRECTrade provides comprehensive management and transaction services for renewable thermal asset owners within the APS program. Please reach out to SRECTrade if you believe you are eligible or have any questions regarding the program.

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