Related projects

The Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (RE-GO) project aims to assist Member States with the implementation of Guarantees of Origin (GO) by providing pertinent information and a venue to share experiences.

The Consumer Choice and Carbon Consciousness for Electricity (4C Electricity) project was working towards the development of an electricity disclosure label for the European liberalised electricity market.

Tradable Renewable Energy Certificates Know-how & Initiatives Network (TRECKIN) is the European component of a worldwide network that facilitates and stimulates initiatives in the field of Tradable Renewable Energy Certificates (TRECs) by government authorities, non-governmental organisations and the private sector. The network is independent and is run by a world-wide network of committed 'continental' teams.

Renewable Electricity Certificates in EU Accession Countries project is to investigate the application of green certificate trading systems for the support of renewable electricity production in five NAS (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland & Romania).

The REALISE-FORUM project aims to strengthen the strategies for increasing the share of renewables in liberalising energy markets.



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Project partners and consultation partners

Oeko-Institut – Institute for Applied Ecology

Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)

IT Power Ltd

Observatoire des énergies renouvelables (ObservER)

Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI)

Büro für Energiewirtschaft und technische Planung GmbH (BET)

Energy Control GmbH (E-Control)

Energy Agency of Slovenia

The European Association for the Promotion of Gogeneration (Cogen Europe) :

Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l'Energie (Ademe)

Eawag/Cirus – Centre for innovation research in the utility sector



Industry and stakeholder organisations

Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB)

Renewable Energy Certificate Systems (RECS)
RECS advocates a standard certificate as evidence of the production of renewable energy and provides a methodology for trading or otherwise using it separate to the associated physical energy. This enables a market for renewable energy to be created, so prompting the development of new renewable energy capacity in Europe.

Netherlands Issuing Body

UK Renewable Power Association

Council of European Energy Regulators

Green Electricity Marketplace
Switch on to green electricity! This website gives you details of all of the 'green' tariffs on offer to UK domestic customers.

A network of world-wide organisations aiming to advance the development and sharing of information, knowledge and experience about Tradable Renewable Energy Certificates (TRECs).

The Swiss transmission system co-ordinator and Central Monitoring Office for RECS.

European Commission

DG Energy and Transport

Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI)

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