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Organisation structure

The Clean Energy Regulator is a non-corporate Commonwealth entity for the purposes of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

The term Clean Energy Regulator refers to:

  • the independent statutory authority, comprising the Chair and Members, that sets the strategic direction for our work in administering the schemes we are responsible for–referred to as the Regulator, and
  • the agency that supports the Regulator–referred to as the agency.

Our agency executive staff report to the Chair, who is the head of our agency and the Accountable Authority as defined by the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

Our organisation is structured into three divisions–Scheme Entry and Entitlement, Regulatory Obligation and Coordination and Business Operations–and the Office of the General Counsel. For more details, see Section 5: Management and accountability.

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