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During the first decade of the so-called Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation scheme, it ran at a loss, paid for by consumers, but over the last six years rising electricity prices have allowed the government to cash in on the energy contracts at a substantial profit.
Now there are calls for cash received by the Treasury from the Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation scheme to be used to help families.
This is especially true for wind, which is already generating electricity at prices competitive with thermal-fired plant, while the RO has delivered considerably more renewables than the previous support mechanism of the Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation (NFFO).
Dyffryn Brodyn is now on-line and has commenced producing electricity for consumption by the grid pursuant to a non-fossil fuel obligation power purchase agreement (NFFO2) with the Non-Fossil Fuel Purchasing Agency Limited and South Wales Electricity Plc.
The Caton Moor Wind Farm was developed pursuant to the recent non-fossil fuel obligation (NFF02) round.
The Dyffryn Brodyn Wind Farm was developed pursuant to the recent non-fossil fuel obligation (NFFO2) round.