Partners & stakeholders
While RECS International and the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB) have no formal cooperation and are two individual and separate organizations there are shared goals when attempting to implement EECS systems throughout Europe. The AIB and its members have the objective of implementing the RES and IME Directives in a trustworthy, reliable and cost-effective manner. RECS International on the other hand represents market parties who strive for a open, transparent, credible and efficient marketplace.
RECS International also has strong cooperation with EURELECTRIC. EURELECTRIC, The Union of the Electricity Industry, represents the common interests of the electricity industry at a pan-European level. We also have close cooperation with the European Federation of Energy Traders - EFET - an organisation established to improve the European energy trading conditions and to promote the development of a liquid and sustainable European wholesale market.
Additionally we have professional cooperation with a number of other organizations around the world. Our members enjoy through their membership with RECS International, cooperation with:
The Carbon Disclosure Project
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Center for Resource Solutions
|The European Renewable Energy Council|
|Greenpeace||The Green House Gas Protocol|
|ISO||The United States Environmental Protection Agency|
|Montel||World Resource Institute|
|NYSE Euronext||World Wildlife Fund|
|National Renewable Energy Laboratory||World Business Council on Sustainable Development|
- 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
- Interview: GO important factor in subsidy free tender Nuon
- RECS International releases the Renewables Good Practice
- 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