For the first time in the UK, renewable energy will be tracked hourly as part of a push towards greater transparency in energy procurement.
To tackle greenwashing energy tariffs and accelerate the decarbonisation of the power system, carbon should be tracked through the electricity system in real time.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is to explore new options to tackle greenwashing amid concerns suppliers could be exaggerating the environmental benefits of their green tariffs.
Renewable Energy Guarantee of Origin (REGO) prices have jumped 50% higher than they were in January 2021, as market sentiment remains broadly positive.
ScottishPower and Good Energy are calling for regulatory reforms to close what they have labelled as “loopholes” in the energy retail market that allow for greenwashing.
E.On Next is launching two new tariffs designed to be climate friendly, one focused on electric vehicles (EVs) and one offering the perk of tree planting.
Rebel Energy has raised 157% of its crowdfunding target in just seven days, with more than £220,000 raised.
Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) have started to recover following the impact of COVID-19, according to Cornwall Insight.
Good Energy has called on Ofgem to update the licensing condition to reinstate the link between Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and customers to tackle greenwashing.