Each utility shall provide the auditor access to contracts indicating purchases of or documentation indicating ownership of RECs and/or megawatt-hours from eligible renewable/ resources equal to or exceeding the annual percentage standard for the target year. The megawatt-hours from owned eligible renewable resources count towards the percentage annual renewable energy target as long as the associated nonpower attributes, or RECs, if any have been created, are not owned by a separate entity or have not been used in an optional pricing program. A utility's power purchase contract, for eligible renewable resources, provides documentation for this section if the contract specifies that the nonpower attributes, or RECs if any have been created, associated with the power from the eligible renewable resources have been acquired by the utility.
(1) Each utility that claims a 1.2 multiplier credit for the electricity output from an eligible renewable resource per RCW 19.285.040
(2)(h)(i) shall provide a copy of written documentation from the council that the facility met the apprenticeship labor standard of fifteen percent of the total labor hours used in its construction.
(2) A utility may provide a copy of documentation from the BPA indicating a quantity of power that BPA sold to the utility for the target year that was supplied by an eligible renewable resource.
(3) Each utility that claims a 2.0 multiplier credit for the electricity output from an eligible renewable resource per RCW 19.285.040
(2)(b) shall provide documentation that the REC applied in that year, associated with the distributed generation resource, is owned by the utility.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 19.285.080
(2). WSR 08-07-079, § 194-37-120, filed 3/18/08, effective 4/18/08.]