The Renewable Energy Markets Association (REMA) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association dedicated to maintaining and growing strong markets for renewable energy in the United States.

REMA represents organizations that sell, purchase, or promote renewable energy products. These products include Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), retail green power programs, utility green pricing services, and on-site renewable energy solutions. More about REMA >>



REMA Recommends Voluntary Market Principles for New Oregon Green Power Program
The renewable energy trade association responds to the Oregon Public Utility Commission's implementation of the new voluntary renewable energy tariff
December 12, 2014

The comments discuss the role and size of the voluntary renewable energy market as well the need to probihit REC double counting, among other recommendations. Read the comments here >>

REMA Calls for Role of Existing Renewable Energy Markets in EPA Existing Power Plant Rule
The renewable energy trade association recommends guidance for including the voluntary and compliance renewable energy markets in the proposed climate regulations
November 2014

In response the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed greenhouse gas standards (GHG) for existing power plants, REMA outlined meaures the agency could adopt to protect the voluntary and compliance renewable energy markets while ensuring GHG accounting integrity. Read the comments here >>

REMA Stresses the Impact of Tax Policy Certainty on Project Development in Comments to the Senate Finance Committee's Energy Tax Reform Hearing
October 1, 2014

Read the comments here >>





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