BEIS guidance on renewable energy certificates after Brexit

Pledges to ensure that Great Britain will continue to recognise Guarantees of Origin issues in Northern Ireland and EU countries, allowing electricity suppliers in Great Britain to comply with fuel mix disclosure obligations. Notes Guarantees of Origin  issued in the UK (i.e. including Northern Ireland) will no longer be recognised in the EU, potentially compromising existing contracts with electricity suppliers or traders based in the EU27

Document title: Generating low-carbon electricity if there’s no Brexit deal

Summary: Pledges to ensure that Great Britain will continue to recognise Guarantees of Origin issues in Northern Ireland and EU countries, allowing electricity suppliers in Great Britain to comply with fuel mix disclosure obligations. Notes Guarantees of Origin  issued in the UK (i.e. including Northern Ireland) will no longer be recognised in the EU, potentially compromising existing contracts with electricity suppliers or traders based in the EU27. Says the government will continue to apply all requirements under both the Feed-in Tariffs Scheme and Contracts for Difference schemes and the Renewables Obligation.

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