Our organisational structure equips us to administer and implement the areas of legislation that are our responsibility.
Our work is grouped into four broad functions:
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting, administration of the
Renewable Energy Target, the
Emissions Reduction Fund, and corporate services.
Executive staff report to the Chair, Mr David Parker. They are responsible for implementing these functions and delivering high quality services to our clients and stakeholders.
Click on the image below to see an enlarged copy of the Clean Energy Regulator organisational structure as at 3 July 2017.
* = Currently acting in this role
For more information about the Chair and Members of the Regulator, see
accountability and reporting.
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