RECS International is in favor of countries working together to meet their European 20-20-20 targets. By working together nations have more options in the placement and type of renewable energy sources they will use to meet their mandated European targets. Member states can then effectively increase the cost-efficient placement of renewables while supporting increased consumer information about their electricity usage.
For this reason RECS International applauds the union between Sweden and Norway via the EL-CERT certificate market. In January 2012 Sweden and Norway began to use EL-CERT certificates, a reliable tracking system, to trade their national targets. The international community will not know the true effect of this system for many years to come, but most studies have shown that installed capacity of renewable electricity will increase delivering more faster and more efficient growth than would have taken place without certificate trades.
- GO Monitoring Report 2017
- Renewable Good Practice guidance document
- Annual Report 2017
- Annual Report 2016
- Agenda seminar Renewables Good Practice (ReGP) in London, 26 September 2017
- Does the EU renewables sector need a guarantees of origin market?
- Implementing Article 19 of the RED II
- GO Monitoring 2017 Report
- RECS International Annual Report 2017
- Interview: GO important factor in subsidy free tender Nuon
- RECS International releases the Renewables Good Practice
- RECS International Annual Report 2016