Throughout April and May this year staff from the Clean Energy Regulator will be visiting various Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) registered agents across Australia who regularly create small-scale technology certificates within the
The purpose of these visits is to inform registered agents about our compliance expectations and to gain a better understanding of how their business operates. Over the coming weeks we will be in contact with any registered agent being visited.
Agents are critical to the integrity of the SRES. Agents must apply reasonable due diligence when dealing with third parties and have compliance procedures in place to ensure that they meet their legislative obligations and the expectations of a fit and proper participant.
We are reminding all registered agents that you must comply with your legal obligations and have certain capabilities to make you 'fit and proper' to participate in the SRES. For further information on the expected capabilities and standards of practice we consider essential to participate in the SRES see Registered agent responsibilities, expected capabilities and standards of practice.
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