In 2013–14, 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 2013–14, the Clean Energy Regulator appeared before the Senate Environment and Communications Legislation Committee on three occasions. The Clean Energy Regulator responded to 278 questions on notice from the committee, including whole-of-portfolio questions on corporate matters as well as questions on the operations of the schemes that the Clean Energy Regulator administers. Matters covered included liabilities under the carbon pricing mechanism and the assessment and compliance arrangements for renewable energy power stations accredited under the Renewable Energy Target.
The Clean Energy Regulator also responded to one parliamentary question on notice concerning entities with outstanding liabilities under the carbon pricing mechanism. Responses to all questions on notice are published on the Parliament of Australia's website.
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