"AIB - guaranteeing the origin of European energy" The purpose of the AIB is to develop, use and promote a standardised system: the European Energy Certificate System - "EECS".
EECS is based on structures and procedures which ensure the reliable operation of international certificate schemes. These schemes satisfy the criteria of objectivity, non-discrimination, transparency and costs effectiveness, in order to facilitate the international exchange of certificates.
In order to further facilitate the international exchange between of energy certificates, the AIB operates an inter-registry telecommunications Hub.
Baden: location of the AIB Open Market Committee meeting and General Meeting on 1st and 2nd December 2016
The Baden General Meeting will be hosted by
The AIB also provides a knowledge centre for energy certificate authorities across Europe, providing and sharing advice and guidance.
Our members Members of AIB are drawn from energy certificate system administrators across Europe. All are competent bodies for guarantees of origin or their agents - mostly transmission system operators, electricity regulators and energy market operators.
EECS The European Energy Certificate System (EECS) offers a framework for creating and transferring electronic documents (EECS Certificates). For each megawatt-hour of energy, EECS certifies the quality of its source and/or the method of its production.The EECS Rules ensure that EECS energy certificate systems are reliable, secure and inter-operable - these harmonised standards enable the owners of EECS Certificates to transfer them to other domestic and international account holders.
On the 1st of November 2016 EY, in conjunction with RECS International and the RE100 group, will invite you to the event “Energy Strategy: 100% Renewable Energy”. AIB will present the standardisation work in the session “How do I plan for standardizing energy markets in Europe?”.
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