Under the Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, eligible renewable energy power stations may apply for accreditation to create, buy and sell large-scale generation certificates.
An accreditation fee must be paid before a power station can be considered properly made and ready for assessment. The fee amount will vary depending on the installed capacity and baseline of the power station.
All accreditation fees are listed in regulation 28 of the
Renewable Energy (Electricity) Regulations 2001.
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