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               (See also UTILITIES)
Alternative energy, siting of alternative energy resource facilities: SB 6353
Alternative energy, siting of small alternative energy resource facilities: HB 1081, SHB 1081, SB 5228, SSB 5228, SB 6018
Anaerobic digesters, granting extended sulfur emissions compliance period to certain electric generating projects powered by biogas from: * 2SSB 5343, CH 238 (2012)
Anaerobic digesters, new source construction notice requirement exemption: SB 5343, SSB 5343
Anaerobic digesters, permitting process under clean air act: HB 1070, SB 5571
Biomass energy, defining as eligible renewable resource: SB 6400
Biomass, biomass-fueled facilities seeking eligible renewable resource designation, fee: HB 2654, SB 6396
Biomass, combustion, requesting that the EPA include emissions in calculating greenhouse gas emissions: HJM 4002
Biomass, densified, Washington State University extension energy program to study: SB 6338
Biomass, facilities, modifying various provisions: * ESSB 5575, CH 22 (2012)
Biomass, facilities, recognizing certain biomass energy facilities as using eligible renewable resources: ESB 5575, * ESSB 5575, CH 22 (2012)
Biomass, facilities, recognizing certain distributed generation biomass energy facilities as using eligible renewable resources: SB 5951
Building materials, reviewing other states' codes and standards on embodied energy and carbon in materials: * ESSB 5485, CH 341 (2011)
Buildings in state, energy efficiency for, department of commerce strategic plan to emphasize: SB 6398
Clean energy leadership council, implementing council's plan through public-private clean energy partnership: HB 1639, SB 5464, SSB 5464
Clean energy partnership, creation, administration, and duties: HB 1639, SB 5464, SSB 5464
Clean energy sector advisory committee, creation in connection with clean energy partnership: HB 1639, SB 5464, SSB 5464
Coal power plants, full cost accounting of environmental expenses, reporting requirements: HB 2750
Coal transition power, provisions concerning: HB 2783, SHB 2783
Commerce, department of, transferring duties of energy policy division to governor's office: SB 6035
Conservation, department of commerce advisory opinion on utility's meeting of targets: * SSB 6414, CH 254 (2012)
Conservation, public buildings, reducing embodied energy of building materials by increasing use of wood and wood projects: SB 5485
Conservation, WSU extension energy program advisory opinion on utility's meeting of targets: HB 2688, SHB 2688, SB 6414
Efficiency, electric utility authority to establish energy efficiency improvement loan fund: HB 2297, SHB 2297
Efficiency, standards for electronic products: HB 1003, SHB 1003
Efficiency, urban energy efficiency upgrades pilot program, authorizing grants to successful programs: SB 6441, SSB 6441
Electricity, null generation electricity, defining: SB 5431, SSB 5431
Electricity, null power electricity, defining: HB 1712, SHB 1712, SB 5510, SSB 5510
Electricity, public utility net metering provisions: HB 1049, SHB 1049, HB 2243, SB 6106
Electricity, purchase by utilities, narrowing requirement: HB 2124, HB 2682, SB 5964, SB 6418
Energy code, state, delaying implementation of 2009 adopted changes: HB 1388, SB 5751
Energy conservation code, international, adoption as part of state building code: HB 2689
Energy freedom act, Washington state: HB 1948
Energy freedom program, biomass-fueled facilities seeking eligible renewable resource designation, fee: HB 2654, SB 6396
Energy independence act, amending conservation target provisions: HB 2654, SB 6396
Energy independence act, analysis of act and treatment of hydroelectric generation as eligible renewable resource: HB 2120
Energy resource policy and planning, role of governor's office and Washington State University extension energy program: SB 6035
Energy storage facilities, extending investment cost recovery incentive to include: HB 2198
Energy storage facilities, using to meet annual renewable energy conservation targets: HB 2180
Energy storage systems, extending integrated resource planning to include: SHB 2198
Environmental redispatch, classification as eligible renewable resource: SB 5980
Geothermal resources, distribution of funds from geothermal account: SSB 5086
Geothermal resources, use for commercial electricity production: SB 5086, SSB 5086
High-efficiency cogeneration, modifying definition: SB 6560
Hydroelectric generation, analysis of treatment as eligible renewable resource: HB 2120
Hydroelectric generation, classification as renewable energy resource: HB 1125, HB 1890, HB 2101, HB 2120, HJR 4202
Hydroelectric generation, environmental redispatch, classification as eligible renewable resource: SB 5980
Integrated resource planning, extending to include energy storage systems: SHB 2198
Nonpower attributes, defining: SB 6559, SSB 6559
Nuclear-generated power, establishing joint legislative task force on nuclear energy: HB 1513, SB 5564
Nuclear-generated power, studying feasibility of pursuing: HB 1513, SB 5564
Renewable energy, "eligible renewable resource," definition to include facilities within western electricity coordinating council boundaries: HB 1515
Renewable energy, annual conservation targets, developing advanced renewable resource compliance credits: HB 2557
Renewable energy, annual conservation targets, using energy storage facility to meet targets: HB 2180
Renewable energy, biomass, recognizing certain distributed generation facilities as using eligible renewable resources: SB 5951
Renewable energy, classifying hydroelectric generation as renewable resource: HB 1125, HB 1890, HB 2101, HB 2120, HJR 4202
Renewable energy, classifying municipal solid waste as renewable resource: HB 2005
Renewable energy, credits, hydroelectric generation on irrigation district facilities: SB 6224
Renewable energy, credits, narrowing utility purchase requirement: HB 2124, HB 2682, SB 5964, SB 6418
Renewable energy, credits, provisions: SB 6400
Renewable energy, credits, thermal energy: HB 2556
Renewable energy, defining "qualifying utility" for purposes of energy independence act: HB 1836, SB 5357, SB 6101, SB 6552
Renewable energy, defining null generation: SB 5431, SSB 5431
Renewable energy, defining null power: HB 1712, SHB 1712, SB 5510
Renewable energy, densified biomass as source, Washington State University energy program to study: SB 6338
Renewable energy, department of commerce advisory opinion on utility's meeting of targets: * SSB 6414, CH 254 (2012)
Renewable energy, energy independence act targets, qualifying residential distributed generation utilities: SB 6367
Renewable energy, environmental redispatch, classification as eligible renewable resource: SB 5980
Renewable energy, investment cost recovery program for solar energy systems: 2E2SHB 1144
Renewable energy, investment cost recovery program for solar energy systems and wind generators: HB 1144, SHB 1144, SB 6580
Renewable energy, investment cost recovery program, extending incentive to energy storage facilities: HB 2198
Renewable energy, WSU extension energy program advisory opinion on utility's meeting of targets: HB 2688, SHB 2688, SB 6414
Renewable resources, adding spent pulping liquors and algae liquors to definition: SB 6561, SSB 6561
Renewable resources, eligible, provisions: SB 6400, SSB 6561
Solar energy, distributed generation from new systems: 2ESHB 1365
Solar energy, renewable energy investment cost recovery program: HB 1144, SHB 1144, 2E2SHB 1144, HB 1393, * SB 5526, CH 179 (2011)
Thermal energy recovery, transmission, and distribution as part of projects for carbon dioxide mitigation: SB 5509, SSB 5509, SB 6012
Thermal energy, eligibility for renewable energy credits: HB 2556
Thermal energy, qualifying as alternative energy resource, electric utility customer option to purchase: HB 2664, * ESHB 2664, CH 112 (2012), SB 6450
Wind energy projects, application for siting permit, notifying U.S. department of defense upon receipt of application: HB 1375
Wind generators, renewable energy investment cost recovery program: HB 1144, SHB 1144