Powernext complies with its reporting obligation by publicly disclosing the complete list of Guarantees of Origin issued in France.
National Registry Data
Powernext publishes the data contained in the National Registry for Guarantees of Origin, according to Article 8 of Decree 2006-1118 dated 5 September 2006 concerning the guarantees of origin of electricity produced from renewable energy sources of cogeneration, and modified by decree 2012-62 dated 20 January 2012.
Data for registered Guarantees of Origin
For each guarantee of origin, the public can access the following information:
- The name of the account holder that issued the Guarantee of Origin;
- The name of the account holder that used the Guarantee of Origin;
- The name and location of the production device;
- The energy source from which the electricity was produced.
The data is published in the file downloadable from this page, which is updated on at least a monthly basis.
The public information provided by Powernext aims to inform consumers of the origins of their renewable energy.
Information to energy consumers
Suppliers offering green electricity contracts are obliged to use Guarantees of Origin to certify that the electricity is produced by a renewable energy source. They are also required to indicate which Guarantees of Origin have been used on any invoices provided to their clients.
Consumers may learn more about the origin of the consumed electricity by filling the following field, using Guarantee of Origin identification number provided by their supplier.
Information on GOs :
Renewable production devices
The production devices registered by account holders issue the equivalent of their produced energy in Guarantees of Origin (1MWh = 1 Guarantee of Origin).
Only production devices producing power from renewable energy or cogeneration can be registered in the National Registry for Guarantees of Origin.
The produced quantity is monitored on a continuous basis and supplemented by regular on-site audits.