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  1. So are you saying that the difference between PP...

    Posted by GreenyGreen, 16-04-19
    Thread: REGO's
    So are you saying that the difference between PP and a supplier not claiming to supply green electricity is that PP backs its claim by buying REGO's on the secondary market from other electricity...
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  2. As a customer I choose a '100% renewable'...

    Posted by GreenyGreen, 15-04-19
    Thread: REGO's
    As a customer I choose a '100% renewable' electricity supplier because I want to incentivise more renewable energy production by buying from a company that only buys wind and solar (for example) with...
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  3. Hi Woz No answer on this one yet? Here's...

    Posted by GreenyGreen, 15-04-19
    Thread: REGO's
    Hi Woz

    No answer on this one yet?

    Here's another page explaining the background for my question:

    https://www.goodenergy.co.uk/blog/2017/08/15/green-tariffs-and-regos/

    It would be...
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  4. Hi Woz No answer on this one yet? Here's...

    Posted by GreenyGreen, 15-04-19
    Thread: REGO's
    Hi Woz

    No answer on this one yet?

    Here's another page explaining the background for my question:

    https://www.goodenergy.co.uk/blog/2017/08/15/green-tariffs-and-regos/

    It would be...
    14 Replies
    594 Views
  5. REGO's

    Posted by GreenyGreen, 14-04-19
    Thread: REGO's
    The point is that many companies offering 100% renewable tariffs are buying the cheapest brown power and buying very cheap REGO's on the secondary market at the end of the year. These REGO's are...
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  6. REGO's

    Posted by GreenyGreen, 14-04-19
    Thread: REGO's
    Does the energy you purchase come attached to REGO's or do you buy on the secondary market?
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