Administration and regulation of national Renewable Energy Target schemes:
The Clean Energy Regulator’s role in administering the Renewable Energy Target involved a range of activities between 2 April and 30 June 2012. In particular:
The Clean Energy Regulator’s role in enforcing the provisions of the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act 2000 included:
One conviction was recorded in relation to a matter investigated prior to 2 April 2012.
The Clean Energy Regulator engaged with a variety of renewable energy stakeholders during the reporting period. This included holding a series of workshops for registered agents and installers of solar water heaters and small?scale solar, wind and hydro-electricity generation systems. The workshops, held in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, communicated the changes resulting from the transition of responsibilities from the Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator to the Clean Energy Regulator, and other administrative updates and recommendations. Feedback from registered agents and installers showed that the workshops were well received, particularly because the participants had the opportunity to discuss administrative issues with Clean Energy Regulator staff, and because the content and messages presented were comprehensive, clear and educational.
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