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Chris Grayling: ... Outshine Ltd Private Pay and Employment Rights (Yorkshire) Ltd Voluntary Peach Orator Ltd Private People 1st Private Pertemps Private R2W Ltd (Right to Write) Private REGO Solutions Ltd Private Regular Forces Employment Association (REFA) Voluntary Rehab Works Ltd Private Remploy Public Renovo Employment Group Private RNIB Voluntary Royal...
Kwasi Kwarteng: ...of Origin scheme derives from EU law and is intended to provide transparency to consumers about the proportion of electricity that suppliers source from renewable generation. The vast majority of REGOs in the UK are issued to projects that are also in receipt of public subsidy, so it is difficult to isolate the exact impact REGO value will have had on the business cases for individual...
Sadiq Khan: ...two active rapid charge point operators, Chargemaster and ESB. Both are operating over 200 rapid charging points in London, and have reported 100 per cent of their energy is from renewables via the REGO (Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin) scheme.
Kwasi Kwarteng: ...and related certificates are a commercial matter and the Government does not have visibility over which companies are utilising the secondary trading of Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) certificates to support their green electricity tariff offerings.
Kwasi Kwarteng: The current legislation and licence conditions which underpin green electricity tariffs are based on the regulator (Ofgem) administering the Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) certificate accounting scheme to verify the proportion of renewable energy sourced by supplier. Consumers are able to consult the publicly available Ofgem REGO register to interrogate which certificates...
Graham Stuart: Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) play a key role in the carbon accounting framework as well as the marketing of green energy products for consumers. Moving towards a net zero system by 2035, it is vital that these benefits can continue to be quantified and therefore any future reviews of net zero should include the role of REGOs as a consideration.
Graham Stuart: The regulations provide the legal basis for the Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) scheme. This scheme allows the UK to account for renewable energy on the electricity grid. The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy is reviewing all retained EU law in line with usual policy development to determine whether to repeal, replace or preserve it. It is the Government's...
Mark Spencer: Defra uses the Crown Commercial Services (CCS) for both electricity and gas as mandated by Cabinet Office. Defra use a REGO backed green electricity tariff from EDF to minimise the environmental impact of its electricity use. The department emitted 51,099t CO2e in 2021-22. This is a reduction of 32% or 24,000t since 2017/18 through a combination of estate rationalisation and energy efficiency...