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  • First cancellation Spanish GOs

    In November 2016 Spanish guarantees of origin (GOs) were cancelled for the first time in the Netherlands. CNMC, the Spanish issuing body, became a member of the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB) earlier this year, through which it gained access to the AIB Hub which enables electronic exchange of...

  • Amendment to the Regulation on Guarantees of Origin and new fees 2017

    As of 1 January 2017, the Regulation on Guarantees of Origin is being amended by the Minister of Economic Affairs. The most relevant changes are: a further clarification of the definition for usefully applied heat the abolishment of the obligation to re-apply for registration of production...

  • Statistics June published; design changed

    CertiQ has published its statistics over June 2016. We have changed their design in a number of ways. Please read on to see what these changes entail: From now on, we will show the figures concerning Guarantees of Origin (GOs) in gigawatthours, rounded to one decimal. This makes our...

  • First imports from Ireland

    Today, on 4th May 2016, we published our statistics for the month of April 2016. Our statistical overview for electricity shows that in April, for the first time ever, Guarantees of Origin (GOs) were imported from Ireland. SEMO, the Irish organisation responsible for issuing GOs became a member of...

  • Publication of the 2015 Annual Report

    Today, Tuesday 26 April 2016, the English version of our 2015 Annual Report 'The consumer in the driver's seat' was published. 2015 showed that people are increasingly making their own choices about the sort of energy they use – whether it be householders or large industrial consumers. Transparency...

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