Illinois issues draft renewable energy access plan to prioritize equity in the energy transition

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Illinois Commerce Commission staff on Wednesday released a draft Renewable Energy Access Plan, or REAP, starting a 120-day public review and comment period.

According to the commission, “the REAP is a comprehensive, actionable plan for supporting an equitable, reliable, and affordable transition to decarbonization and meeting Illinois’ policy requirements for a clean electricity system.”

The plan is required by the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act, or CEJA, which was signed by Gov. JB Pritzker, D, last September and set a target of 100% clean energy in Illinois by 2050.

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