(The International REC Standard)

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I-RECs: Introduction

I-RECs: Geographical Presence

I-RECs: Statistics

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I-RECs: Introduction

The I-REC Standard is acknowledged by major reporting frameworks such as the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHGP), CDP, and RE100 as a reliable backbone for credible and auditable tracking instruments. It ensures the highest quality systems and adherence to best practices designed to avoid double counting, double certificate issuance, and double attribute claims.Source: I-REC Standard

I-RECs: Geographical Presence

Disclaimer: Map boundaries are provided for informational purposes only / Please check the status of a specific registry­ with its administrators / Last updated by EnergyOrigins September 2023

I-RECs: Statistics

The term “cancelled” is synonymous with “retired”, “redeemed” or “consumed”, for disclosure purposes

Source of Data: I-REC Registry / Disclaimer and Copyright: https://www.irecstandard.org / Last updated by EnergyOrigins 20.09.2023

I-REC Production Issuance by Country (2023)

Issuance & Cancellation of I-RECs by year (2014 – 2023)

I-REC Issuance per Year & Technology (2014 – 2023)

I-REC New registered capacity per year (2014 – 2023)

Number of Active I-REC Organisations by Sub-Region (2023)