The Clean Energy Regulator manages the environmental impact of its operations in accordance with the Australian National Audit Office's better practice guide Public Sector Environmental Management.
In 2013–14, the Clean Energy Regulator building at 5 Farrell Place, Canberra, had an energy rating of 6 stars under the National Australian Built Environment Rating System—the highest possible rating under the system, and an improvement on the rating of 4.5 stars in 2012–13.
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