This Excel spreadsheet has been developed for the AIB to support the development of a European standard for high-efficiency CHP guarantees of origin as initially proposed by Directive 2004/8/EC, and currently required by Directive 2012/27/EC.
Conditions of use
The General Meeting of the AIB agreed on 8th March 2007 to publish an initial version of this calculation model which complied with the latest vision of the CHP Committee concerning how the initial Directive should be implemented. This version is an update of that model, which has been revised to comply with the Energy Efficiency Directive that was approved by the Parliament and Council on 25 October 2012. It proposes a common standard where the Directive is either not prescriptive or otherwise requires interpretation.
The General Meeting of the AIB agreed on 7th December 2012 to publish this version of the model for use by members and non-members alike. The purpose of this model is to enable Member States to implement compliant Cogeneration-GO systems quickly and effectively. While this model is provided in good faith and believed to be accurate, the AIB does not offer any explicit or implicit warranties of its reliability or accuracy.
The AIB Cogeneration-GO model is an Excel spreadsheet which has been developed for the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB), to support the development of a European standard for high-efficiency Cogeneration guarantees of origin as introduced by Directive 2012/27/EC ("the Energy Efficiency Directive").
The model and its user manual are only available to members of the AIB, and non-member competent bodies appointed by European Governments, on application to the Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org, stating your name, country and organisation and providing contact details.