(1) The department shall prepare, post on the department website, and submit to the
appropriate committees of the legislature an annual report that identifies all distributions
of moneys from the accounts created in RCW 70A.65.240 through 70A.65.280.
(2) The report must identify, at a minimum, the recipient of the funding, the amount
of the funding, the purpose of the funding, the actual end result or use of the funding,
whether the project that received the funding produced any verifiable reduction in
greenhouse gas emissions or other long-term impact to emissions, and if so, the quantity
of reduced greenhouse gas emissions, the cost per carbon dioxide equivalent metric
ton of reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and a comparison to other greenhouse gas
emissions reduction projects in order to facilitate the development of cost-benefit
ratios for greenhouse gas emissions reduction projects.
(3) The department shall require by rule that recipients of funds from the accounts
created in RCW 70A.65.240 through 70A.65.280 report to the department, in a form and manner prescribed by the department, the
information required for the department to carry out the department's duties established
in this section.
(4) The department shall update its website with the information described in subsection
(2) of this section as appropriate but no less frequently than once per calendar year.
(5) The department shall submit its report to the appropriate committees of the legislature
with the information described in subsection (2) of this section no later than September
30 of each year.
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