Ofgem Renewables and CHP Register is an electronic, web-based system used to manage the renewables and CHP schemes that Ofgem administers on behalf of the Government, namely the Renewables Obligation (RO), the Climate Change Levy (CCL) exemption for Renewables and CHP, the Renewables Electricity Guarantee of Origin (REGO) and the Feed-in Tariff (FIT).
The register will allow generators that wish to participate in any of the renewable schemes to apply for accreditation (for the Feed-in Tariff this is the ROO-FIT accreditation process only), manage output in respect of renewable electricity produced, receive certificates (ROCs, Renewable and CHP LECs and REGOs) and submit annual declarations. The register also allows generators, suppliers and participants to transfer certificates and access reports.
Suppliers will be able to use the register to comply with the Renewables Obligation (RO), to allocate CHP and Renewable LECs as evidence against supply to non-domestic end customers and to present REGOs as evidence of Fuel Mix Disclosure (FMD).
All users that wish to participate in any of the above named renewable schemes must register for an account on Ofgem Renewables and CHP Register - link opens in a new browser window.
For queries relating to accreditation applications made on the Renewables and CHP Register, please see our Application for Accreditation - FAQ. Please also see our Register help sheet which gives helpful guidance on use of the key functionalities of the register. If you can’t find the answer to your query please email email@example.com or you can call us on 020 7901 7310.