The Clean Energy Regulator received an unqualified audit report from the Australian National Audit Office for its 2011–12 financial statements.
In 2011–12 the Clean Energy Regulator reported an operating surplus of $395,000 prior to the recognition of $895,000 for unfunded depreciation and amortisation expenses.
In 2011–12 the Clean Energy Regulator received revenue from government totalling $28.362 million. This includes funding transferred from the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency and the Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator through the machinery of government arrangements.
The Clean Energy Regulator expenses in 2011–12 totalled $28.986 million.
Included within this were:
The Clean Energy Regulator collected $5.978 million in administered revenue during 2011–12.
Administered revenue included collections for:
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