All Australian Government entities are required to report on their performance in accordance with the outcomes and programmes framework established in the relevant portfolio budget statements.
The Clean Energy Regulator's outcome and programme framework is summarised below and set out in full in the
Department of the Environment Portfolio Budget Statements 2014–15.
Contribute to a reduction in Australia's net greenhouse gas emissions, including through the administration of market based mechanisms that incentivise reduction in emission and the promotion of additional renewable electricity generation.
Effective and efficient regulation of greenhouse and energy reporting and market based schemes that contribute to a reduction in Australia's net greenhouse gas emissions and promote investment in renewable energy.
Specifically, in 2014–15 the Clean Energy Regulator was responsible for administering the:
The deliverables and key performance indicators are included in the following performance summary.
For detailed reporting against the deliverables and key performance indicators, see
Section 3: Performance overview from page 28.
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