By design, an RPS does not hand pick a technology; rather all renewables are able to compete, incentivizing cost reductions and efficiency gains. As a result, RPS policies encourage the growth of additional homegrown electricity sources that diversify our energy portfolios, spur local economic development, reduce pollution, cut water consumption, and save consumers money.
Today, 30 states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico have RPS policies in place, while another seven states have non-binding renewable energy goals. State RPS targets range widely from 10% to 100% renewable energy. The District of Columbia and Hawaii lead the nation with targets of 100% by 2032 and 2045, respectively.
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