Chart of the week | RO mutualisation to return in 2018-19?

As generators are receiving their final Renewables Obligation Certificates (Rocs) for generation during compliance period (CP) 17 (2018-19) of the Renewables Obligation (RO), eyes will soon be turning to suppliers regarding the upcoming compliance deadline this summer.

Our Chart of the Week highlights our current forecast shortfall in the CP17 buy-out fund, from our recently published Long-term Roc Market Forecast.

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