An electricity supplier must annually disclose their fuel-mix to their customers according to the European Directive 2009/72/EC. The fuel-mix is the mix of different electricity production sources that make the total electricity a supplier sells to consumers. These different production sources combine their emission information (g of CO2/kWh) total, as well as a mg of radioactive waste per kWh total. A consumer can obtain a different fuel-mix than the one they are delivered by correctly using an electricity tracking certificate like the Guarantee of Origin.
An electricity supplier delivering different products, with different fuel-mixes, must us GOs to prove these different fuel-mixes. This is regulated in some countries.
- Annual Report 2016
- Agenda seminar on development of REC/GO markets in the UK and internationally, London 25 September 2017
- Agenda seminar Renewables Good Practice (ReGP) in London, 26 September 2017
- Does the EU renewables sector need a guarantees of origin market?
- Development of the Guarantees of Origin Market 2016 Key Facts Report
- Agenda workshop "Consuming renewables in Japan" (Japanese version)
- RECS International Annual Report 2016
- RECS Magazine - The rise of the corporate consumer
- RECS International Annual Report 2015
- RECS Magazine - Encouraging demand-side action to influence production-side change
- Launch of the GHG Protocol Scope 2 Guidance Report
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