Nine organizations sign joint statement on Guarantee of Origin and REDII
RECS International has co-signed a joint statement to draw attention towards several crucial articles on the use and implementation of the Guarantee of Origin.
The European Commission, European Council and European Parliament are further progressing in their preparations for the Clean Energy Package and the update of the Renewable Energy Directive (REDII). These legislative bodies are in the first phases of trialogue discussions, where each of the institutions negotiate and come to a final text for the Directive.
The discussions around the REDII offer a unique opportunity to strengthen the right to consumer product choice in the electricity market. As part of these discussions RECS International has co-signed a joint statement to draw attention towards several crucial articles on the use and implementation of the Guarantee of Origin.
The joint statement can be viewed here.
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