RECs

OneEnergy has been trading renewable energy credits (commonly known as RECs) since the inception of the REC market.

 

RECs are the ‘currency’ for renewable energy transactions, and serve two purposes: they are the vehicle for measuring utility compliance with state and local renewable energy requirements, and also serve to validate voluntary measures toward implementing renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions caused by electricity use.

OneEnergy’s team members are highly respected for their ethical and creative approach to RECs, particularly in their use as part of renewable project financing.

OneEnergy is also a developer of renewable energy projects, actively working in all U.S. markets driven by renewable energy requirements. With access to all sides of the REC and renewable energy markets, we keep a keen eye trained on the complex supply and demand dynamics driving the industry.

 

With substantial variations in REC valuations from state to state and region to region, OneEnergy’s practical experience in REC markets is a key element to our successes in the development of renewable energy projects.