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Full Text of SB0018  102nd General Assembly

SB0018sam002 102ND GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Sen. Michael E. Hastings

Filed: 8/31/2021

 

 


 

 


 
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AMENDMENT TO SENATE BILL 18

2    AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 18, AS AMENDED,
3with reference to page and line numbers of Senate Amendment
4No. 1, on page 8, by deleting lines 10 through 23; and
 
5on page 8, line 24, by replacing "(e)" with "(c)"; and
 
6on page 11, line 5, by replacing "(f)" with "(d)"; and
 
7on page 11, line 11, by replacing "(g)" with "(e)"; and
 
8on page 11, line 18, by replacing "(g)" with "(e)"; and
 
9on page 12, line 5, by replacing "members of equity focused
10populations" with "program-eligible individuals"; and
 
11on page 12, line 22, by replacing "(h)" with "(f)"; and
 

 

 

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1on page 12, line 24, by replacing "(i)" with "(g)"; and
 
2on page 14, line 6, by replacing "(j)" with "(h)"; and
 
3on page 16, line 25, by replacing "program-eligible" with
4"eligible"; and
 
5on page 17, by replacing lines 4 through 9 with the following:
6    "(c) The Program shall be available to individuals
7eligible for participation in the Clean Jobs Workforce Network
8Program or Illinois Climate Works Preapprenticeship Program.";
9and
 
10on page 17, line 14, by replacing "equity focused populations"
11with "individuals eligible for these programs"; and
 
12on page 17, lines 17 and 22, by replacing "equity focused
13populations" each time it appears with "eligible individuals";
14and
 
15on page 18, line 10, by replacing "equity focused populations"
16with "eligible individuals"; and
 
17on page 18, by replacing lines 11 and 12 with "participate in
18the Clean Jobs Workforce Network Program, the Illinois Climate
19Works Preapprenticeship Program, Returning Residents Clean

 

 

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1Jobs Program, Clean Energy Contractor Incubator Program, and
2Clean Energy Primes Contractor Accelerator Program and"; and
 
3on page 18, lines 19 and 24, by replacing "Program-eligible
4individuals" each time it appears with "individuals eligible
5for the Clean Jobs Workforce Network Program or Illinois
6Climate Works Preapprenticeship Program"; and
 
7on page 19, lines 8 through 9, by replacing "Program-eligible
8individuals" each time it appears with "individuals eligible
9for the Clean Jobs Workforce Network Program or Illinois
10Climate Works Preapprenticeship Program"; and
 
11on page 19, lines 22 through 23, by replacing
12"Program-eligible individuals" each time it appears with
13"individuals eligible for the Clean Jobs Workforce Network
14Program or Illinois Climate Works Preapprenticeship Program";
15and
 
16on page 20, lines 5 and 18, by replacing "Program-eligible
17individuals" each time it appears with "individuals eligible
18for the Clean Jobs Workforce Network Program or Illinois
19Climate Works Preapprenticeship Program"; and
 
20on page 23, by deleting lines 15 through 19; and
 

 

 

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1on page 23, line 20, by replacing "(f)" with "(e)"; and
 
2on page 23, line 22, by replacing "(g)" with "(f)"; and
 
3on page 52, line 13, by replacing "Program" with "Department
4of Commerce and Economic Opportunity"; and
 
5on page 57, line 2, by replacing "Agency" with "Department";
6and
 
7on page 57, line 4, by replacing "Agency's" with
8"Department's"; and
 
9on page 61, line 6, by replacing "14" with "24"; and
 
10by deleting line 8 on page 118 through line 2 on page 119; and
 
11on page 119, line 3, by replacing "(f)" with "(e)"; and
 
12on page 119, lines 23 and 25, by replacing "10" each time it
13appears with "6"; and
 
14on page 120, lines 3 and 6, by replacing "10" each time it
15appears with "6"; and
 
16on page 121, line 2, by replacing "should" with "shall"; and
 

 

 

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1on page 123, by replacing lines 6 through 10 with the
2following:
3        "(3) The Department shall provide information and";
4    and
 
5on page 124, by deleting lines 12 through 17; and
 
6on page 129, line 18, by replacing "14" with "24"; and
 
7on page 142, line 8, by replacing "14" with "24"; and
 
8on page 161, line 10, by replacing "14" with "24; and
 
9on page 191, line 20, by replacing "$140,000,000" with
10"$180,000,000"; and
 
11on page 192, line 15, by replacing "$140,000,000" with
12"$180,000,000"; and
 
13on page 193, line 6, by replacing "$140,000,000" with
14"$180,000,000"; and
 
15on page 194, by replacing line 18 with "implement Sections 45
16and 55."; and
 

 

 

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1on page 198, by deleting line 22; and
 
2by deleting line 19 on page 214 through line 17 on page 215;
3and
 
4on page 228, line 20, by deleting "or new utility-scale solar
5power facilities"; and
 
6on page 229, by replacing lines 1 and 2 with "a new wind power
7facility or a Wind Energy Business."; and
 
8on page 241, line 12, after "30," by inserting "40,"; and
 
9on page 246, immediately below line 20, by inserting the
10following:
 
11    "(20 ILCS 3125/40)
12    Sec. 40. Input from interested parties. When developing
13Code adaptations, rules, and procedures for compliance with
14the Code, the Capital Development Board shall seek input from
15representatives from the building trades, design
16professionals, construction professionals, code
17administrators, and other interested entities affected. Any
18board or group that the Capital Development Board seeks input
19from must include the following:
20    (i) a representative from a group that represents

 

 

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1environmental justice;
2    (ii) a representative of a nonprofit or professional
3association advocating for the environment;
4    (iii) an energy-efficiency advocate with technical
5expertise in single-family residential buildings;
6    (iv) an energy-efficiency advocate with technical
7expertise in commercial buildings; and
8    (v) an energy-efficiency advocate with technical expertise
9in multifamily buildings, such as an affordable housing
10developer.
11(Source: P.A. 99-639, eff. 7-28-16.)"; and
 
12on page 248, immediately below line 16, by inserting the
13following:
14    "(e) A unit of local government requiring the Illinois
15Stretch Energy Code must do so with the adoption of the Code by
16its governing body."; and
 
17on page 249, by replacing line 18 with "8-104 of the Public
18Utilities Act, municipalities may adopt"; and
19on page 249, line 19, after "Code", by inserting "and"; and
 
20on page 252, by replacing lines 14 and 15 with "Development
21Board shall meet with the Illinois Energy Code Advisory
22Council to advise and provide technical"; and
 

 

 

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1by deleting line 2 on page 253 through line 17 on page 254; and
 
2on page 254, by replacing lines 18 and 19 with the following
3        "(2) as part of its deliberations, the Illinois Energy
4    Code Advisory Council shall actively solicit input from";
5    and
 
6on page 259, by replacing line 20 with "identified in this
7Act."; and
 
8on page 302, by replacing lines 9 through 15 with "sovereignty
9under this same program."; and
 
10on page 302, replacing lines 16 through 19 with the following:
11        "The requirement that a qualified person, as defined
12    in paragraph (1) of subsection (i) of this Section,
13    install photovoltaic devices does not apply to the
14    Illinois Solar for All Program described in this
15    subsection (b)."; and
 
16on page 326, by replacing lines 21 through 25 with "electric
17supplier."; and
 
18on page 378, by replacing lines 13 through 19 with the
19following:
20                "(7) are Equitable Energy Future Certified or

 

 

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1            developed by an equity eligible contractor; or";
2            and
 
3on page 380, by replacing lines 10 through 19 with the
4following:
5        "(vi) At least 10% from distributed renewable energy
6    generation devices, which includes distributed renewable
7    energy devices with a nameplate capacity under 5,000
8    kilowatts or photovoltaic community renewable generation
9    projects, from applicants that are equity eligible
10    contractors. The Agency may create subcategories within
11    this category to account for the differences between
12    project size and type. The Agency shall propose to
13    increase the percentage in this item (vi) over time to 40%
14    based on factors, including, but not limited to, the
15    number of equity eligible contractors and capacity used in
16    this item (vi) in previous delivery years. Applicants that
17    have Equitable Energy Future Certifications are not
18    eligible for this block, including if the block's
19    percentage increases."; and
 
20on page 392, line 6, by replacing "the contract terms process"
21with "minimum contract terms"; and
 
22on page 407, line 16, after "customer.", by inserting "Once
23the Agency determines that a self-direct customer is eligible

 

 

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1for participation in the program, the self-direct customer
2will remain eligible until the end of the term of the
3contract."; and
 
4on page 407, line 17, by replacing "18" with "12"; and
 
5on page 413, line 9, by replacing "deny" with "delay"; and
 
6on page 414, by replacing lines 2 through 11 with "facility
7located in this State that: (i) as of January 1, 2016, burned
8coal as its primary fuel to generate electricity; and (ii)
9has, or had prior to retirement, an electric generating
10capacity of at least 150 megawatts. The electric generating
11facility can"; and
 
12on page 417, line 25, after "years" by inserting ", unless the
13applicant is physically interconnected to the PJM
14Interconnection, LLC transmission grid and had a generating
15capacity of at least 1,200 megawatts as of January 1, 2021, in
16which case the applicable duration of the contract shall be 15
17years"; and
 
18on page 419, lines 4 and 8, by replacing "20 years" each time
19it appears with "applicable duration"; and
 
20on page 419, line 7, by replacing "600,000" with "580,000";

 

 

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1and
 
2on page 419, line 15, after "durations." by inserting "The
3number of renewable energy credits to be procured as specified
4in this paragraph (5) shall not be reduced based on renewable
5energy credits procured in the self-direct renewable energy
6credit compliance program established pursuant to subparagraph
7(R) of paragraph (1) of subsection (c) of Section 1-75."; and
 
8on page 420, by replacing lines 17 and 18 with "that the Agency
9seeks approval for contracts of applicable durations
10aggregating to no more than the maximum amount of"; and
 
11on page 425, line 8, by replacing "5" with "3"; and
 
12on page 425, line 11, after "Illinois" by inserting "and the
13sites of up to 2 qualifying electric generating facilities
14located in the PJM Interconnection, LLC region in Illinois";
15and
 
16on page 426, by replacing line 23 with "either June 1, 2023,
17June 1, 2024, or June 1, 2025, with such date"; and
 
18on page 433, line 11, by replacing "the" with "applicable";
19and
 

 

 

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1on page 437, by replacing lines 1 through 12 with "Block
2program. The equity category described in item (vi) of
3subparagraph (K) of subsection (c) is only available to
4applicants that are equity eligible contractors. Applicants
5that have Equitable Energy Future Certifications are not
6eligible for the block described in item (vi) of subparagraph
7(K) of subsection (c), no matter if the block percentage
8increases. The Agency shall create a system for tracking and
9verifying Equitable Energy Future Certifications. Equitable
10Energy Future Certification can be earned by demonstrating
11that at least 50% of the project workforce, or other
12appropriate workforce measure as determined by the Agency
13where certification is on a non-project basis, is done by
14equity eligible contractors or equity eligible persons."; and
 
15on page 448, line 19, after "Hubs," by inserting "or Illinois
16Climate Works Preapprenticeship Program"; and
 
17on page 514, line 4, by replacing "December 31, 2022" with
18"June 1, 2023"; and
 
19on page 528, line 18, after "Act" by inserting "or a grid
20auditor pursuant to Section 16-105.10 of the Public Utilities
21Act"; and
 
22by deleting line 4 on page 566 through line 15 on page 567; and
 

 

 

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1by deleting line 4 on page 571 through line 2 on page 578; and
 
2on page 585, by replacing lines 1 and 2 with "public utilities
3and their energy-related subsidiaries."; and
 
4on page 595, by deleting lines 10 through 12; and
 
5on page 595, line 13, by replacing "(l)" with "(k)"; and
 
6on page 595, line 18, by replacing "(m)" with "(l)"; and
 
7on page 622, by replacing line 20 with "requirements of
8Section 8-104 of this Act, the"; and
 
9on page 642, by replacing lines 3 through 5 with "of the
10utility's proposed plan."; and
 
11on page 643, by replacing lines 17 and 18 with "utility's
12proposed plan."; and
 
13on page 645, by replacing lines 9 through 11 with "service
14territory. For those plans commencing on January 1, 2018,
15the"; and
 
16on page 681, by replacing lines 8 through 12 with "recovered,

 

 

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1on a kilowatt hour basis, via an automatic adjustment clause
2tariff applicable to all retail customers, with the tariff to
3be approved by the Commission after opportunity for review,
4and with an annual reconciliation component; and for purposes
5of cost recovery, the photovoltaic electricity production
6facilities may be treated as regulatory assets, using the same
7ratemaking treatment in paragraph (1) of subsection (h) of
8Section 16-107.6 of this Act, provided: (1) the Commission";
9and
 
10on page 801, by deleting lines 7 through 23; and
 
11on page 814, line 21, by replacing "to" with "divided by"; and
 
12on page 871, delete lines 18 through 21; and
 
13on page 871, line 22, replace "(6)" with "(5)"; and
 
14on page 871, by replacing line 24 with "Commission Dockets
1519-0436, 19-0387, 20-0381, and 20-0393 to be paid back to";
16and
 
17on page 872, by replacing line 2 with "19-0436, 19-0387,
1820-0381, and 20-0382, the excess deferred income tax
19referenced"; and
 

 

 

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1on page 874, line 18, by replacing "1%" with "1.3%"; and
 
2on page 915, lines 3, 7, and 11, by inserting "with greater
3than 100,000 retail customers" after "utility" each time it
4appears; and
 
5on page 928, by replacing lines 16 through 18 with
6"application."; and
 
7on page 956, immediately below line 8, by inserting the
8following:
9    ""Existing emissions" means:
10        (1) for CO2e, the total average tons-per-year of CO2e
11    emitted by the EGU or large GHG-emitting unit either in
12    the years 2018 through 2020 or, if the unit was not yet in
13    operation by January 1, 2018, in the first 3 full years of
14    that unit's operation; and
15        (2) for any copollutant, the total average
16    tons-per-year of that copollutant emitted by the EGU or
17    large GHG-emitting unit either in the years 2018 through
18    2020 or, if the unit was not yet in operation by January 1,
19    2018, in the first 3 full years of that unit's
20    operation."; and
 
21on page 960, line 20, by replacing "through the" with "through
22unit retirement or the"; and
 

 

 

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1on page 961, line 3, by replacing "2035" with "2040"; and
 
2on page 961, line 8, after the period, by inserting "After
3January 1, 2035, each such EGU and large greenhouse
4gas-emitting unit shall reduce its CO2e emissions by at least
550% from its existing emissions for CO2e, and shall be limited
6in operation to, on average, 6 hours or less per day, measured
7over a calendar year, and shall not run for more than 24
8consecutive hours except in emergency conditions, as
9designated by a Regional Transmission Organization or
10Independent System Operator."; and
 
11on page 961, line 9, by replacing "2040" with "2035"; and
 
12on page 961, by replacing lines 14 through 22 with the
13following:
14    "or equal to 0.006 lb/MWh, and are located in or within 3
15    miles of an environmental justice community or an equity
16    investment eligible community. Each such EGU and large
17    greenhouse gas-emitting unit shall reduce its CO2e
18    emissions by at least 50% from its existing emissions for
19    CO2e no later than January 1, 2030.
20        (4) No later than January 1, 2040: All remaining EGUs
21    and large greenhouse gas-emitting units that have a heat
22    rate greater than or equal to 7000 BTU/kWh. Each such EGU

 

 

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1    and Large greenhouse gas-emitting unit shall reduce its
2    CO2e emissions by at least 50% from its existing emissions
3    for CO2e no later than January 1, 2035.
4        (5) No later than January 1, 2045: all remaining EGUs
5    and large greenhouse gas-emitting units."; and
 
6on page 961, line 26, by replacing "through the" with "through
7unit retirement or the"; and
 
8on page 962, line 6, by replacing "through the" with "through
9unit retirement or the"; and
 
10on page 962, immediately below line 8, by inserting the
11following:
12    "(k-5) No EGU or large greenhouse gas-emitting unit may
13emit, in any 12-month period, CO2e or copollutants in excess of
14that unit's existing emissions for those pollutants."; and
 
15on page 962, line 9, by replacing "(k)" with "(k-5)"; and
 
16on page 962, line 12, by replacing "(k)" with "(k-5)"; and
 
17on page 963, line 12, by replacing "or (k)" with "(k), or
18(k-5)"; and
 
19on page 963, line 19, by replacing "or (k)" with "(k), or

 

 

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1(k-5)"; and
 
2on page 964, by replacing lines 15 through 19 with "years
3ahead, and proposed solutions for any findings. The
4Environmental Protection"; and
 
5on page 965, by replacing line 5 with "jointly conclude in the
6report that the data from the regional grid operators, the
7pace of renewable energy development, the pace of development
8of energy storage and demand response utilization,
9transmission capacity, and the CO2e and copollutant emissions
10reductions"; and
 
11on page 965, by replacing line 7 with "resource adequacy
12shortfall will occur, including whether there will be
13sufficient in-state capacity to meet the zonal requirements of
14MISO Zone 4 or the PJM ComEd Zone, per the requirements of the
15regional transmission organizations, or that the regional";
16and
 
17on page 965, by replacing lines 9 through 11 with "will occur";
18and
 
19on page 965, line 15, by replacing "requirement" with
20"requirements"; and
 

 

 

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1on page 966, by replacing line 8 with "Illinois Power Agency
2shall be encouraged to be specific, supported by data"; and
 
3on page 966, line 19, by replacing "30" with "60"; and
 
4on page 967, by replacing lines 5 through 10 with the
5following:
6        "(3) The Illinois Commerce Commission shall only
7    approve the plan if the Illinois Commerce Commission
8    determines that it will resolve the resource adequacy or
9    reliability deficiency identified in the reliability
10    mitigation plan at the least amount of CO2e and copollutant
11    emissions, taking into consideration the emissions impacts
12    on environmental justice communities, and that it will
13    ensure adequate, reliable, affordable, efficient, and
14    environmentally sustainable electric service at the lowest
15    total cost over time, taking into account the impact of
16    increases in emissions."; and
 
17on page 967, line 12, after "resolved" by inserting "or
18reduced".