Within-year ROC forecast

Our ‘Within-year ROC forecast’ tracks the latest ROC generation trends. It examines the latest Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) data, out-turn demand data, weather statistics and settlement data for the current compliance period.

The Renewables Obligation (RO) is the largest UK scheme for renewable electricity generation and can be a vital source of income for green generators. However, putting together a trading strategy for ROCs can be time-consuming and involve significant research. Cornwall Insight’s ‘Within-year ROC forecast’ provides you with information on the value of the ROCs in the current year. This should not only save you time but will allow you to better evaluate the offers received to ensure you are getting the best deal.

The value of ROCs in any given year can be volatile depending on weather conditions, electricity demand and a myriad of other markets influences. The monthly report details the impacts of these sensitivities as well as policy developments on the ROC values. The report accurately values the ROCs in the market, aiding your business strategy and planning.

The ‘Within-year ROC forecast’ not only gives you a full understanding of the ROC market in the context of specific compliance periods but provides the projected recycle values in one place. This is designed to save you time and a significant amount of research. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, the report will help you maximise revenue from your generating portfolio.

Key benefits

  • accurately value ROCs in the market
  • aid your business strategy as well as planning
  • helping you evaluate offers received

Who is it for?

  • generators
  • investors
  • suppliers
  • traders active in the ROC market

For more information about the report and other similar services, please get in touch with the report author below.

Bertie Bagge

Bagge takes care of the ‘Within-year ROC forecast’.

Phone: +44 (0) 7884 177 274

Email: b.bagge@cornwall-insight.com

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