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Clean Energy Regulator Action Plan

Statement of ExpectationsStatement of Intent

Ensuring regulated entities are meeting their obligations, reporting correct information and receiving entitlements

The Clean Energy Regulator will:

  • ensure effective regulatory frameworks are put in place
  • set clear, well defined parameters, and
  • implement a compliance regime for each of the administered schemes.

The Clean Energy Regulator will achieve these goals and deliver on this expectation, by:

  1. providing the appropriate information to regulated entities to support voluntary compliance
  2. developing and maintaining accessible and effective client systems, and
  3. understanding and utilising feedback with a view to continuous improvement.

Protecting the integrity of instruments (units)

The Clean Energy Regulator will:

  • ensure that units created under the administered schemes are priced and used correctly
  • collect complete and accurate data
  • implement a robust registry that meets international security and anti-fraud requirements and standards, and
  • ensure a robust internal control environment that mitigates operational risks.

The Clean Energy Regulator will achieve these goals and deliver on this expectation, by:

  1. providing accurate and timely information to the market
  2. maintaining secure IT and business systems
  3. effectively controlling and managing internal and external access to information, and
  4. educating staff about internal and legislative frameworks and controls.

Administering schemes effectively

The Clean Energy Regulator will:

  • streamline and integrate operations within and across programs and schemes
  • streamline systems and processes within the Agency
  • develop a strong culture of integrity and lawful decision making, and
  • develop a strong performance framework for the business and for staff.

The Clean Energy Regulator will achieve these goals and deliver on this expectation, by:

  1. developing an external business integration plan
  2. developing an internal business improvement plan
  3. valuing honesty, reliability and consistency, and
  4. aligning operational, business and strategic corporate plans.

Building confidence in the market and the Clean Energy Regulator

The Clean Energy Regulator will:

  • ensure that the Clean Energy Regulator is respected for its decisions and service standards
  • implement a client engagement model
  • proactively consult with industry, and
  • promote market transparency through the effective dissemination of information.

The Clean Energy Regulator will achieve these goals and deliver on this expectation, by:

  1. ensuring stability and consistency in decision-making
  2. developing and effectively implementing its client management strategy and model
  3. effectively collaborating with other Commonwealth agencies and clients, and
  4. strategically publishing information to support client engagement.

Providing data and information to assist decision makers (both internal and external)

The Clean Energy Regulator will:

  • deliver data collection and warehousing services
  • ensure data integrity, and
  • develop data-based products.

The Clean Energy Regulator will achieve these goals and deliver on this expectation, by:

  1. being the one source of truth for emissions data
  2. ensuring systems and process integrity, and
  3. providing reliable, effective and timely information to stakeholders.

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