Section 75A of the NGER Act requires the Clean Energy Regulator to keep a register of greenhouse and energy auditors for the purposes of the NGER Act and other legislation.
Requirements for registered greenhouse and energy auditors are contained in Divisions 6.3 to 6.7 of the NGER Regulations, and in the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Auditor Registration) Instrument 2012 (NGER Auditor Registration Instrument).
Under the legislation, only the audit team leader must be registered. However, the NGER Regulations do contain requirements for other members of an audit team.
For more information on registration requirements for greenhouse and energy auditors, refer to the
Greenhouse and energy auditor registration guidelines.
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