The Clean Energy Regulator is implementing changes to strengthen the Large-scale Generation Certificate (LGC) claims process. These changes will streamline processes in response to LGC claims where:
From 30 July 2019, we will start sending out a
notice of intent to determine certificates ineligible for registration to nominated persons, that impose a strict 14 day time period to provide further information for such LGC claims. We will
fail LGCs in the REC Registry if the required information or submission is not provided within this period.
Nominated persons should have appropriate processes and systems in place to ensure LGC claims are calculated in accordance with the power station’s LGC methodology and are accompanied by supporting documentation. This may include:
Users responsible for submitting generation data and claiming LGCs in the REC Registry should have all relevant account permissions, including:
Large-scale generation certificate validation and
Failure of large-scale generation certificates for more information.
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