Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Illinois Power Agency Act. In provisions concerning the procurement of renewable energy resources, provides that at least 75% of the renewable energy resources shall come from wind generation and, in specified amounts by specified dates, of the renewable energy resources that must be derived from photovoltaics, at least 20% must come from large-scale distributed solar and at least 10% must come from small-scale distributed solar (rather than starting June 1, 2015, at least 6% of the renewable energy resources used to meet these standards shall come from solar photovoltaics). Provides that through June 1, 2016 (rather than June 1, 2011), renewable energy resources shall be counted for the purpose of meeting the renewable energy standards only if they are generated from facilities located in the State, provided that cost-effective renewable energy resources are available from those facilities. Provides that after June 1, 2016 (rather than June 1, 2011), cost-effective renewable energy resources located in Illinois and in states that adjoin Illinois may be counted towards compliance with specified standards. Effective immediately.