Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, eligible renewable electricity generated by accredited power stations may be entitled to large-scale generation certificates (LGCs).
To ensure large-scale generation certificates are valid, they must be created by the end of the calendar after the electricity was generated. For example, for electricity generated in the 2015 calendar year, large-scale generation certificates must be created on or before
31 December 2016.
Large-scale generation certificates with different energy sources and for different months must also be created separately.
Before creating and registering large-scale generation certificates please ensure:
See the step-by-step
guide to creating LGCs and
guide for registering LGCs in the REC Registry.
See the Clean Energy Regulator's approach to dealing with over and under crediting of certificates or units in the Large-scale Renewable Energy Target.
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