Non-European interest in Guarantee of Origin certification increases
The Center for Resource Solutions (CRS), administers of the US-based Green-e certification and verification program, recently blogged about the potential for Green-e cooperation in Europe.
In the blog post, made on the 8thof April 2013, CRS hinted at the possibility of future cooperation with the EKOenergy project. Mentioning, “it was talking with EKOenergy that yielded the most potential for Green-e to assist with creating a high-quality, high-integrity European product”.
Green-e is a well known name in the US renewable electricity market. In 2011, nearly two-thirds of all US voluntary renewable electricity purchases were green-e certified.
It is possible to view the blog post from the Center for Resource Solutions here
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