This page is designed to provide individuals and small business with the forms and resources to assist them participate in the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme.
The Clean Energy Regulator may update or remove this information as required and you are encouraged to check using the latest version of each document.
A person must be registered under section 10 of the Renewable Energy (Electricity) 2000 (the REE Act)
documentasset:CER-RET-002 Application for registration as a person representing an organisation
documentasset:CER-RET-003 Application for registration as a person
The owner of the small-scale system must sign this form to verify installation:
documentasset:CER-RET-015 Onsite verification statement
If you are you are installing a system with a capacity greater than 700 litres you are required by the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) to submit TWO statutory declarations to the Clean Energy Regulator prior to assigning or creating STCs. This 'Statutory declaration 1' must be completed by the owner of the system. The declaration is to confirm that you as the owner intend for the system to remain installed in its original configuration and location for the life of the system.
If you are installing a system with a capacity greater than 700 litres you are required by the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme (SRES) to submit TWO statutory declarations to the Clean Energy Regulator prior to assigning or creating STCs. This 'Statutory declaration 2' is to confirm appropriately sized system.
The Clean Energy Regulator has developed a range of small-scale technology certificate assignment question and answers to help with the process of assigning the right to create certificates.
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