In 2012–13, no judicial decisions or decisions made by administrative tribunals or the Australian Information Commissioner had a significant impact on the operations of the Clean Energy Regulator.
The operations of the Clean Energy Regulator were not the subject of any reports by the Auditor-General (other than the report on financial statements), a parliamentary committee or the Commonwealth Ombudsman.
In 2012–13, the Clean Energy Regulator appeared before the Senate Committee on Environment and Communications three times for Budget Estimates hearings—Supplementary Budget Estimates (15 October 2012), Additional Estimates (11 February 2013) and Budget Estimates (27 May 2013).
The Clean Energy Regulator received 182 questions on notice from the three hearings. The questions covered a range of topics, including operational and compliance matters surrounding the Renewable Energy Target, assistance provided under the Jobs and Competitiveness Program, the proposed schedule for carbon unit auctions and various corporate matters.
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