Renewables Good Practice released for public consultation
The Renewables Good Practice (ReGP) guidance document has now been released for public stakeholder consultation. We welcome comments and suggestions on the current version 0.9 to the secretariat before January 15, 2018.
RECS International has established the ReGP guidance document in order to support electricity end-users, market players, policy makers and stakeholders when procuring renewable electricity. Claims can only be reliably made when the attributes of a specific technology are reliably owned and disclosed by a single end-user. The ReGP guidance document provides simple and pragmatic solutions for renewables procurement around the world.
Please provide your comments directly to the secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you require a word version of the document please contact the secretariat directly.
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