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UK probes greenwashing in retail energy market

Government review of green energy marketing will include examination of UK system for guarantees of origin certificates

The UK government has launched a review of the way retail energy suppliers market green electricity tariffs amid mounting concerns over greenwashing. The review will explore the extent of greenwashing and whether the current system is suitably transparent and fit for purpose. “I want people to know that when they sign up to a green tariff, they are investing in companies that make a conscious choice to invest in renewable energy,” says UK energy minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan. "I want people to know that when they sign up to a green tariff, they are investing in companies that make a conscious choice to invest in renewable energy" Trevelyan, energy minister Nine million UK hou

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