Will carbon dating help the case for ROCs in energy-from-waste plants?

Will carbon dating help the case for ROCs in energy-from-waste plants?
OFGEM has approved a new carbon dating technology for energy-from-waste installations, enabling operators to claim renewable obligation certificates (ROCs). Do you think this will lead to a greater uptake of EfW for renewables?
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