To open a
REC Registry account, applicants must complete the appropriate online application. Depending on the
type of account being applied for, applicants will be required to supply relevant identity documentation, complete a questionnaire, and declare their status as a 'fit and proper person'.
Note: before you begin the application process you should ensure you have all necessary documentation on hand as applications cannot be saved. If you are unable to complete the process it will need to be restarted.
Once you have submitted your REC Registry account application, an email will be sent to your email address confirming your submission. When your account has been assessed by the Clean Energy Regulator an email will be sent to your email address with your username, which you can use along with the password created during your account application to access the REC Registry. When you log into the REC Registry for the first time you will be prompted to nominate a secret question and answer, and read and accept the Terms and Conditions before you can proceed.
This step must be performed by an Account Administrator.
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