The Clean Energy Regulator is the Government body responsible for administering legislation that will reduce carbon emissions and increase the use of clean energy.
The Clean Energy Regulator was established on 2 April 2012 as an independent statutory authority by the
Clean Energy Regulator Act 2011 and operates as part of the
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The role of the Clean Energy Regulator is determined by climate change law. The schemes we administer work together to reduce emissions
while encouraging business competitiveness .
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Our purpose is to accelerate carbon abatement for Australia. Everything we do is connected to measuring, managing, reducing or offsetting Australia's carbon emissions.
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We offer challenging and rewarding work in administering legislation that will reduce carbon emissions and increase the use of clean energy.
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Our agency is committed to workplace diversity and aims to create an environment that values and utilises the contributions of people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
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The Clean Energy Regulator is a Government body responsible for accelerating carbon abatement for Australia.