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Our compliance priorities

The annual compliance priorities identify specific areas of focus for compliance and enforcement. The 2019–20 compliance priorities as listed below, complement the data driven and risk-based approach to managing compliance in each scheme. The Clean Energy Regulator will use its full suite of compliance and enforcement powers to protect the integrity, and improve outcomes, of the schemes we administer.

Emissions Reduction Fund

  • Participants who do not meet their binding contractual obligations will be held accountable.
  • Adherence to the guidelines for the Human-Induced Regeneration of a Permanent Even-Aged Native Forest and Native Forest from Managed Regrowth methods.

Renewable Energy Target

  • Agent’s small-scale renewable energy certificates claims that are not backed by Solar Panel Validation.
  • Small-scale renewable energy certificates claims from agents that have not completed Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) Smart.
  • Incomplete power station accreditation applications.

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting and Safeguard Mechanism

  • Participants with repeated non-compliance with reporting obligations, particularly where the data underpins safeguard baselines.

Auditors

  • Auditors who have deficiencies identified through the auditor inspection program.

Record keeping

  • Accuracy and adequacy of record keeping.

Feedback

To help us ensure that our corporate plans are as helpful and informative as possible, we welcome your feedback on this plan. Please provide any questions or comments to:

Manager—Planning, Performance and Parliamentary

Clean Energy Regulator
GPO Box 621
Canberra ACT 2601

enquiries@cleanenergyregulator.gov.au

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