UK renewables: to band or not to band?

November 2006
MarketWatch: Energy;Nov2006, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p11
Market Research Report
The article discusses an issue related to a proposal concerned with banding of Renewables Obligation (RO) by the government of Great Britain. Winners and losers from an array of renewable technologies would be selected and renewable obligation certificates would be awarded through the banding. RO obligates all electricity suppliers to source a proportion of their electricity supplies from renewable energy sources.


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