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A review of electricity products for the consumer and SME markets

This study reviews the nature, sourcing and, where relevant, origin of the Guarantees of Origin (GO) of a total of 69 electricity products supplied by 37 power generators. The following questions are answered: How is the electricity product built up in terms of energy sources? What is the origin of the green electricity: domestic or foreign? If biomass is used, what is its composition and source?

The study considers a total of 52 ‘green’ and 17 ‘grey’ electricity products from the following power generators active in the market for consumers and/or Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME).

Authors CE

Lonneke Wielders
Maarten Afman
Marijke Meyer

Delft, October 2015

A review of electricity products for the consumer and SME markets (only available in Dutch)

 

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