The Clean Energy Regulator is established by the
Clean Energy Regulator Act 2011 and is a non-corporate Commonwealth entity for the purposes of the
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.
The term ‘Clean Energy Regulator’ refers to:
The abbreviation ‘the Regulator’ is used when referring to the decision-maker (Chair and Members) and the term ‘the agency’ is used when referring to the organisation as a whole.
The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP was sworn in as Minister for the Environment and Energy on 19 July 2016.
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The Clean Energy Regulator as an agency is governed by an independent statutory authority, also known as the Clean Energy Regulator but commonly referred to as 'the Regulator'.
The Regulator comprises the
Chair and four other Members.
The Members set the direction for the agency's work in administering the regulatory schemes for which it is responsible. The agency supports the Regulator to perform their responsibilities.
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The Clean Energy Regulator as an agency is led by Mr David Parker, Chief Executive Officer, who is also the Chair of the Clean Energy Regulator.
The agency comprises three distinct divisions, as well as offices for the Chair and General Counsel.
Executive staff who head these divisions report to the Chair, Mr David Parker.
They are responsible for implementing the agency's functions and delivering high quality services to our clients and stakeholders.
organisational structure equips us to administer and implement the areas of legislation that are our responsibility.
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