What is the Renewable Energy Advantage Program?
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» Learn how to participate in REAP
PSE created the Renewable Energy Advantage Program (REAP) in order to encourage the growth of renewable electricity production in its service area in support of WAC 458-20-273 through payments to the customer for energy produced.
This voluntary set of rules allows Washington state utilities the option of participating in an incentive program for eligible customers who use solar PV, wind or anaerobic digesters to generate their own electricity. Unlike net metering, micro-hydro generators and fuel cells are not eligible, under terms of the WAC.
The incentives are available to an individual, business, or local governmental entity that generates electricity on its own property.
Eligible customers may be paid from 12¢ to 54¢ per economic development kilowatt-hour (kWh).
For more information about REAP, call a PSE Energy Advisor at 1-800-562-1482,
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Renewable Energy Advantage Program resources
Program rules and certification applications can be found at the Washington Department of Revenue website and on by downloading their Renewable Energy System Cost Recovery Certification document. PSE rate and tariff information can be found on PSE's rates and regulatory information webpages.
REAP application forms: