The Register of Greenhouse and Energy Auditors is established under section 75A of the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act).
The register is available to corporations who want to self-audit using registered greenhouse and energy auditors. We also use the services of registered auditors.
To be registered, an auditor must demonstrate that they satisfy the requirements around qualifications, status as a fit and proper person, knowledge and experience. See
How to register as an auditor for information about and guidelines for registering.
Registered auditors must continue to meet the eligibility requirements detailed in the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Regulations 2008 (the NGER Regulations) to maintain their registration, and will remain on the register until they elect to deregister, or we suspend or deregister them.
The Clean Energy Regulator does not verify any specialisation(s) nominated by registered auditors. If you engage a particular auditor based on their specialisations, we recommend that you confirm the suitability of their experience and the extent of their skill in this area before you decide to engage them.
The Clean Energy Regulator may make
decisions about National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting auditors who do not comply with the
legislative framework for conducting audits, and no longer satisfy the
requirements and responsibilities of registration as an auditor.
Search for an auditor by Australian State or Territory, or by country.
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