Publication of the Liable Entities Public Information Database.
Under the Clean Energy Act 2011, the Clean Energy Regulator is required to make an entry for a person in the Liable Entities Public Information Database if the Clean Energy Regulator has reasonable grounds to believe that the person is, or is likely to be, a liable entity for an eligible financial year.
The first phase of the database was published on the Clean Energy Regulator’s website on 4 May 2012 and included 248 entities. The second phase, published on 15 June 2012, included some additional local councils and some entities engaged during phase one that had been further reviewed to confirm potential liability. There were 293 entities published on the Liable Entities Public Information Database at 30 June 2012.
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