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EMISSIONS REGULATIONS

GUIDE TO FEDERAL REGULATIONS

SITING REGULATIONS

BUILDING, ZONING
AND FIRE CODES


INTERCONNECTION REQUIREMENTS

EXIT FEES

STANDBY RATES

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

ECONOMIC INCENTIVES

 

 

The deregulation of the nation's electric power industry and the rapidly increasing demand for power promises exciting growth opportunities for developers of electric generation facilities. However, developers must still navigate a perplexing maze of federal, state, and regional siting and permitting requirements before a project is approved for construction, and these requirements differ widely between states. While a few states exercise little authority over the process of siting, others have established central authorities that closely monitor and regulate the construction of all new generation facilities. Still other states have multiple siting authorities, all of which must approve new generation proposals before development can begin.

 


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