The NZECS enables the credible transfer of renewable energy production attributes, from zero-carbon and 100% renewable electricity generation.
Purchasing NZECS zero-carbon electricity certificates can help you to achieve your carbon reduction targets.
SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
Purchasing certificates promotes renewable energy generation and other premium generation projects.
A BETTER ENERGY MARKET
An established certificate system builds consumer awareness and trust in organisational claims.
Contact us now to discuss how Certified Energy can support your goals.
PURCHASING CERTIFICATES FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY GENERATION CAN HELP YOU TO ACHIEVE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS.
allow you to report zero-carbon electricity usage in accredited GHG reporting programmes,
help you to reduce organisational emissions to meet reduction targets, and
support clear, values-based communications with customers & stakeholders.
A number of progressive NZ organisations support renewable energy production by purchasing renewable energy certificates.
The NZECS partners with leading environmental organisations to make sure the benefits of certificates are fully recognisable.
We support collaboration in the sustainability community. Certified Energy is a member of the following organisations:
Using NZECS certificates can enable you to report zero-carbon electricity use.
Making a commitment to reducing the emissions of your electricity use can demonstrate organisational values.
HOW DOES THE SYSTEM WORK?
THE NZECS COMPLEMENTS THE NEW ZEALAND ELECTRICITY SYSTEM
While the New Zealand electricity network does a great job of getting you power when you need it, it can't tell you where that power has come from.
A simplified design of the New Zealand energy market, with the supporting NZECS system for attribute transfer.
The NZECS builds on the existing system, by providing a separate, but parallel, channel for generators to provide generation certificates to consumers.
These digital certificates carry 'attributes' of generated electricity - such as what fuel is used, where the plant is, and how many carbon emissions are generated to produce it.
These 'attributes' can then be redeemed against a consumers electricity usage, so that the consumer can report on their usage as if it was sourced directly from that power station.