If you are the account administrator in the REC Registry, you will need to log into your account and update the permissions for all users in the account who will be entering generation data and creating large-scale generation certificates (LGCs). Please ensure that you have selected (ticked) ‘enter generation data’ and ‘create LGCs’ for all relevant users.
If you do not update account permissions for each user, they will be unable to enter generation data and will not be able to complete LGC claims.
The nominated person for an accredited power station can create LGCs for eligible electricity by submitting a claim for LGCs. Claims are based on monthly electricity generation. Most nominated persons submit claims monthly, quarterly or annually.
Before creating and registering LGCs, you must:
You must submit your response to the
standard validation questions for first LGC claims and upload your response alongside your first claim in the REC Registry.
Ensure you have prepared the correct documentation to upload to the REC Registry to support the creation of certificates, including:
For each LGC claim you will also need to ensure you have the following information:
For further information see the step-by-step
guide to creating LGCs and
guide to registering LGCs in the REC Registry.
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