Oregon's energy system is evolving to reflect the stated legislative priorities of decarbonization, decentralization, and diversification. This report outlines several policy instruments (Renewable Portfolio Standards, Net Metering & Interconnection Standards, Tax Incentives, Public Benefit Funds, and Energy Efficiency Standards) available to the state, their alignment with the stated goals of the state, their utilization and effectiveness in other states, and the political considerations surrounding their implementation in the state of Oregon. This report concludes with suggested policy package considerations to further these goals in the current political climate.
Brown, Gabrielle A.
"Comparative Analysis & Strategy: Policy Instruments for Renewable Energy in Oregon,"
Hatfield Graduate Journal of Public Affairs:
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