Public reports and data: REGO
Here you can find information showing Guarantees of Origin (GoOs) issued by other EU member states which have been recognised by us, as well as a snapshot of Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin certificates (REGOs) held by suppliers for Great Britain's Fuel Mix Disclosure (FMD) as well as GB and NI REGOs issued by us and retired for export to another EU Member State.
Details of generating stations accredited under the REGO scheme are published in the public reports section of the Renewables and CHP Register.
Please note: As of 1 January 2021, the EU no longer recognises UK REGOs. The UK Government announced in July 2022 its intention to cease the recognition of EU Guarantees of Origin (GoOs) from April 2023. The Government will continue to accept EU GoOs for the 2022-23 reporting period. Requests to recognise EU GoOs must be submitted by midday 1 July 2023.
We also expect market participants to be able to meet proof of supply to GB requirements.
Ofgem is unable to provide any guarantees with regards to whether UK REGOs retired by suppliers for the purpose of export out of the UK will be accepted in the EU. As such we encourage suppliers to seek independent advice.