The Clean Export Guarantee (CEG) tariff is the first phase of a framework for micro-and small-scale generators in Ireland. If you are eligible you can receive remuneration from your electricity supplier for all excess renewable electricity exported to the grid. The legislation giving effect to the Clean Export Guarantee (CEG) was signed into law on Tuesday, 15th February 2022. Eligibility for CEG remuneration commenced on this date for all eligible customers with renewable technology installed and declared to ESB Networks. Your supplier will be able to provide you with detailed information relevant to your scenario, details will vary from supplier to supplier and depending on a number of factors such as if you have a smart meter or not.

Our FAQ document which sets out information may help you with your query. This information relates only to the Interim Clean Export Guarantee Tariff, it does not apply to any other support or premium tariff.

You can also find more information in the CRU’s Decision Paper on the Interim Clean Export Guarantee, and the CRU Supplier Guidance Document on the Interim Clean Export Guarantee.