Public Act 102-0662 Implementation
On Sept. 15, 2021, the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (Public Act 102-0662) was signed into law by Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker. With the enactment of the Public Act 102-0662, the Illinois Power Agency is tasked with numerous crucial implementation activities.
CEJA implementation page serves as an up-to-date hub of information for those items from the Act being implemented by the Agency to ensure stakeholders and interested parties are apprised the latest developments related to the Agency's implementation of the Act.
The Agency's activities related to the development of new renewable resources to support the Illinois renewable Portfolio Standard are guided by the Long-Term Renewable Resources Procurement Plan. The
Initial Plan was approved in 2018 and a
Revised Plan was approved in June 2021.
The Agency has filed 2022 Long-Term Renewable Resources Procurement Plan with the Illinois Commerce Commission on March 21, 2022. To access the Plan, click here.
The Plan describes the implementation of:
The Adjustable Block Program (for photovoltaic distributed generation and community solar), also known as Illinois Shines
- The Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (Public Act 102-0662) includes significant changes to the Adjustable Block Program, including the reopening of the program within 90 days (December 14, 2021). The IPA and the Program Administrator will provide updates
here on these programmatic changes. The IPA reopened the Adjustable Block Program on December 14, 2021.
Illinois Solar for All (low-income residential distributed generation and community solar)
Electricity Procurement for Eligible Retail Customers
The IPA welcomes your questions and hopes you will take advantage of the information offered on our website. Please be aware that state ethics rules may require that some communications be reported to the Procurement Policy Board. This link:
Ethics Reporting Associated with Communications with the IPA provides more information.
The Illinois Power Agency exists to serve the people of Illinois by overseeing the electricity planning and procurement processes for residential and small commercial customers of Ameren, ComEd, and MidAmerican. It also manages the implementation of the Illinois Renewable Portfolio Standard.
The IPA's processes and mandates are described in the Illinois Power Agency Act and the Illinois Public Utilities Act. With the help of your feedback, we will continue to use best practices to meet the goals set out for the Agency.
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