NREBNatural Resources and Environment Board (Sarawak, Malaysia)
NREBNorthern Region Electricity Board (India)
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"For biomass, most likely the stranded capacity is 100MW; then solar could be 380MW," the NREB chairperson emphasized.
"We will finalize the policy after NREB gives us its recommendations," Cusi said.
The NREB does not want a bill that gives undue advantage to just one particular renewable [energy] resource, Macias said.
"The ICSC convention is the premier national event for retailers and we want to elevate Newark's economic profile with the some 55,000 people that gather for the four-day show," said NREB executive director Edward Rytter, a retired Prudential Financial vice president.
Monalisa Dimalanta, chairman of NREB, said the allotted capacity for biomass has been filled up while only less than 100 MW out of the 250 MW capacity for run-of-river has been filled up.
He also said that Sarawak is the first state in Malaysia to formulate its own environmental law, namely the Natural Resources and Environment (Amendment) Ordinance 1993 or NREO, and it also established the Natural Resources and Environment Board (NREB) in 1994.
Following requests from developers, the National Renewable Energy Board (NREB) submitted to the DOE its recommendation for the extension of the FIT program for the two technologies.
Jay Layug, chair of the National Renewable Energy Board (NREB), said the 15-member body had formally sought an extension of the FIT scheme by three to five years.
The NREB, founded in 1918, has come back after a 20-year hiatus.