Today the Clean Energy Regulator published its Compliance and Enforcement Priorities for 2019-20.
The Priorities set out where we will be focusing our compliance and enforcement activities for the year ahead.
The Clean Energy Regulator is committed to administering the agency’s programs in a transparent and accountable manner.
Responsibility for complying with obligations across our programs rests with the people and organisations concerned. We assist program participants to comply with their obligations and actively deal with instances of non-compliance.
The Clean Energy Regulator has a range of monitoring and enforcement powers to identify and address non-compliance, and ensure participants meet their obligations. We also work in partnership with other agencies and stakeholders for mutually beneficial outcomes.
Further details are available in the 2019-20 Compliance and Enforcement Priorities factsheet.
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