"Green power" contracts offer lifeline to renewable energy schemes

Operators of over 40 renewable energy schemes have signed contracts with electricity supply companies - avoiding the threat of closure when subsidy under the initial rounds of the non-fossil fuel obligation (NFFO) runs out at the end of 1998. PowerGen has secured the lion's share of the capacity - and, with a growing number of other suppliers, intends to use it to offer "green tariffs" in the liberalised power market.

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