The Clean Energy Regulator (the agency) has published its
Compliance and Enforcement Priorities for 2021-2022.
The priorities set out where the agency will be focusing its compliance and enforcement activities for the year ahead. They target a number of areas of actual and potential non-compliance that pose a high risk to the integrity of the programs administered by the agency.
These priorities apply to participants across all agency schemes including the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES), the Large-scale Renewable Energy Target (LRET), the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF), the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) scheme and the Safeguard Mechanism. To find out how the new priorities apply to your participation within the agency's schemes, please refer to the full
Compliance and Enforcement Priorities for 2021-2022 document on our website.
The agency takes non-compliance, fraud and other criminality seriously, and will actively pursue scheme participants who break the law.
The agency is committed to administering its programs in a transparent and accountable manner. This includes helping participants to understand the rules so they can comply with their obligations, educating those who want to do the right thing, and deterring, detecting and responding to non-compliance. The Clean Energy Regulator also works in partnership with other agencies and stakeholders to enhance the integrity of our schemes.
For more information, please visit the
Compliance and enforcement priorities page, email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 553 542.
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