An enforceable undertaking is deemed to be complete when all tasks offered by a party are accepted by the Clean Energy Regulator and have been completed to our satisfaction.
The completed enforceable undertakings for 2020 include:
Emerging Energy improperly created 15 878 STCs in contravention of section 24A of the Act.
In one matter, 5724 STCs were improperly created for the installation of 36 SGUs in NSW containing
Non-Compliant PV Panels. In another matter, 10 154 STCs were improperly created for the installation of 146 SGUs that were not installed by a Clean Energy Council (CEC) accredited installer.
In both matters Emerging Energy was unaware that the information provided to them by a third party was false.
Emerging Energy hereby undertakes to:
10 August 2015
The Uniting Church in Australia (NSW) is a registered organisation under the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act). As a registered organisation the Church is required to provide a report to the Clean Energy Regulator each financial year relating to greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption and energy production. The deadline for the 2013-2014 financial year was 31 October 2014, the Church did not meet this deadline and subsequently contravened the NGER Act.
Following the Churches cooperation and willingness to improve their procedures to ensure they comply with clean energy laws, the Clean Energy Regulator has accepted their offer of an Enforceable Undertaking.
The undertaking commits the Church to provide their emissions and energy reports on time for the next 3 financial years and to employ a consultant to complete their reports.
EDL SA failed to comply with the reporting requirements under section 76 of the Act, as it:
Further, EDL SA:
EDL SA’s standard operating and compliance procedures did not identify errors made in relation to the reporting and notification requirements under the Act.
EDL SA and its executive officers were not aware of any errors in the offsets report and application for ACCUs at the time of submission.
EDL SA hereby undertakes to:
Acknowledge legislative obligation to ensure compliance
Rectify improperly made offsets reports and applications
Report in writing
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