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11 May 2015

​Fraud is a significant threat to the integrity of the schemes administered by the Clean Energy Regulator and to the credibility of the markets that we operate.

We are committed to minimising the incidence of fraud by identifying fraud risk and developing, implementing and continually reviewing fraud control measures.

Fraud is defined as 'dishonestly obtaining a benefit, or causing a loss, by deception or other means'. Examples of fraudulent activity or behaviour may be:

  • accounting fraud (creating false invoices, misappropriation of funds)
  • avoiding liability
  • providing false or misleading information to the Clean Energy Regulator
  • dishonestly influencing a Commonwealth public official, or
  • making a false entry in a system administered by the Clean Energy Regulator.

Contact details

Report allegations of potential fraudulent behaviour or activity to fraud@cleanenergyregulator.gov.au or phone 1300 553 542.

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