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Renewable Energy Production Incentive

The Renewable Energy Production Incentive (REPI) program was created by the Energy Policy Act of 1992, and amended in 2005, to provide financial incentives for renewable energy electricity produced and sold by qualified renewable energy generation facilities. REPI has outlined the eligible electric production facilities to include:

  • Not-for-profit electrical cooperatives
  • Public utilities
  • State governments
  • Commonwealths
  • Territories of the United States, the District of Columbia, Indian tribal governments, or a political subdivision within
  • Native Corporations that sell the facility's electricity.

REPI is part of an integrated strategy in the 2005 Energy Policy Act to promote increases in the generation and utilization of electricity from renewable energy sources and to promote market utilization of renewable energy technologies.

This site provides information about the Renewable Energy Production Incentive program including:

About the Program

REPI provides financial incentive payments to qualified production facilities.

How to Apply

Information about eligibility and how to apply for REPI's incentive payments.

Projects by State

Learn more about the incentive payment projects that REPI has awarded to qualified production facilities across the United States.