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But this is frequently seen to be completely static, and its Renewables Obligation Certificates show that it only generated a paltry annual 7% of its installed capacity up to early 2006 - just about the worst production percentage of any wind generator in the UK.
The new investment from Albion will support Erin Solar in creating solar PV ventures in Northern Ireland , which will advantage from Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs).
Mr Lavery urged the minister to make an early announcement on the issue of Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs), which incentivise green electricity generation and will have a significant bearing on what happens at the Lynemouth plant.
Despite a sweetener from the Government, which recently doubled the value of Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs) - which are used as a way of offsetting the cost of installing and running large scale green energy projects - it had probably proved too much for the oil giant, which is involved in similar schemes elsewhere.
May we be told: how many turbines would have gone up without the huge benefit of Renewables Obligation Certificates which force distributors to buy wind power, like it or not?
While the transaction comprises the includes the capability for Infinis to trade the Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs) and Levy Exemption Certificates (LECs) associated with the power purchased.
THE Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROC) are cited as the main reason for energy companies seeking turbines in rural areas.