Cancellation is the physical ‘use’ of a GO certificate and the method of allocating the attributes of that electricity to a single end-user. Cancelling a GO is the only way to remove a GO from the market and redeem its benefits. Cancelling ensures that the certificate will not be traded, given, sold, or used by another end-user. End-consumers will most often purchase GOs with the intent of eventually cancelling it as opposed to selling it again for another end-user to cancel.
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- Annual Report 2016
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