GOs and REGOs: Corporate demand for renewables rose across Europe in 2019, data confirms

Michael Holder
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Hydropower continued to make up the bulk of energy issued via European GOs last year
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Hydropower continued to make up the bulk of energy issued via European GOs last year

Strong growth in corporate demand for renewable energy backed by European certificates of origin outpaced supply in 2019, data shows

Demand for renewable energy backed by verified certificates of origin grew across Europe last year, outpacing the growth in supply, the latest data from the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB) today indicates....

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