Clean Energy Implementation Plans

Commerce has adopted comprehensive reporting procedures for public utility districts, municipal electric utilities and electric cooperatives. These utilities must submit clean energy implementation plans every four years, and must submit progress or compliance reports starting in 2026.

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Plans and Data Aggregation

Washington’s consumer-owned utilities have submitted their 2022-26 CEIPs. The CEIP documents how a utility intends to comply with CETA’s clean energy and equity requirements over the next four years and make progress towards the 2030 greenhouse gas neutral and 2045 greenhouse gas free standards. Commerce has subsequently aggregated the plan into a draft file. Commerce appreciates the time and attention to detail stakeholders put into reviewing the file in the fall of 2022. 

Laws and Regulations

CETA Links


Austin Scharff
Energy Policy Specialist
Phone: 360-764-9632


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