|Author||Title (in English)||Publisher||Year||Country|
|DECC and in Northern Ireland: Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI)||Renewables Obligation (RO)||DECC and in Northern Ireland: Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI)||2002||UK||Show detail|
Title (orig.): Renewables Obligation (RO)
The Renewables Obligation (RO) is one of the main support mechanisms for renewable electricity projects in the UK. Smaller scale generation is mainly supported through the Feed-In Tariff (FITs). The RO came into effect in 2002 in England and Wales, and Scotland, followed by Northern Ireland in 2005. It places an obligation on UK electricity suppliers to source an increasing proportion of the electricity they supply from renewable sources.
(LCMW) Relevance: Support mechanisms for renewable electricity projects in the UK
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