The Clean Energy Regulator refers both to the Agency as a whole and to the regulatory decision-maker. The Regulator, comprising myself (as the Chair) and up to four Members, sets the direction for the Agency to follow in administering the schemes for which it is responsible.
The Regulator met three times during the reporting period, and considered a range of operational and policy matters. This included approving the Compliance, Education and Enforcement Policy, settling the delegations framework, and endorsing the Standard Operating Procedures—Internal Decision Review. The Regulator also decided the outcome of applications for certificates of eligibility to receive free carbon units through the Energy Security Fund.
In June, the Regulator agreed to the establishment of a high-level business reference group to engage and consult with chief executive officers from industry sectors directly affected by the climate change and clean energy legislation.
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