The Clean Energy Regulator may make decisions about National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting auditors who do not comply with the
legislative framework for conducting audits, and no longer satisfy the
requirements and responsibilities of registration as an auditor.
These decisions may include applying conditions to an auditor's registration, suspension or deregistration. Decisions to suspend or deregister an auditor can be initiated by the Clean Energy Regulator or by an auditor who wishes to be suspended or deregistered voluntarily.
Decisions made by the Clean Energy Regulator about an auditor may be published on this page. The
Greenhouse and Energy Auditor Register is regularly updated accordingly.
Current decisions about auditors made by the Clean Energy Regulator include:
All registered auditors must continue to meet the requirements detailed in the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Regulations 2008 to maintain their registration.
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