Apply to the REGO scheme
Anyone wishing to participate in the Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) scheme must register for a generator account on the Renewables and CHP Register.
Once your account has been activated, you can apply for accreditation, sign the relevant declarations, submit output data and receive or transfer REGO certificates (also known as REGOs) to other account holders.
Renewable Electricity Schemes Welcome Pack
This welcome pack sets out what you can expect now that you've applied for accreditation on one of the following Renewable Electricity schemes:
- Feed-in Tariffs (FIT)
- Renewables Obligation (RO)
- Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO).
Information for agents
An agent may be appointed by the operator of a generating station to act on their behalf to carry out the administrative aspects of the REGO scheme.
We will only work with an agent where we have received written permission from the operator of the generating station appointing them.
We request that operators use our standard template to appoint an agent. The agent appointment form must be presented on company headed paper and signed by the operator of the generating station. The agent may then register for a generator account on the Renewables and CHP Register.
If, as the operator of a generating station, you wish to retain control of your account, you may instead add the agent as a contact to your Renewables and CHP Register account. The agent may perform all administrative functions within your account but you must sign all relevant declarations.
You will not need to submit an agent appointment form if you retain control of your Renewables and CHP Register account.
Agent Appointment Form
An Agent Appointment Form is to be completed by an operator of a generating station to notify Ofgem that an agent has been appointed to act on its behalf for one or both of the following schemes:
- The Climate Change Levy (CCL) exemption for renewables scheme
- The Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) scheme