Changes to the REC Registry will go live this week making it easier to claim large-scale generation certificates (LGCs) and apply for power station accreditation.
Information on the full set of changes being made can be found on the
Rec Registry page on the Clean Energy Regulator website.
Once REC Registry changes are live, you will need to ensure that permissions are updated for your account in the REC Registry. Account permissions need to be updated for all users who will be entering generation data in support of LGC claims. If permissions are not updated, users will be unable to enter generation data and make LGC claims. This update needs to be completed by an account administrator.
If you are the account administrator, you will need to log in to your REC Registry account and update the permissions for all users in the account who will be entering generation data. Please ensure that 'enter generation data' is ticked for all relevant users.
The following videos provide detailed instructions on how the new functionality works:
Information on the new LGC claims functionality will become available in the
Power station section of our website prior to the release.
Thank you to those who participated in the recent webinar
REC Registry changes for LGCs and power station accreditation, which provided an outline of key changes to REC Registry functionality and associated benefits. You can view the webinar recording and presentation slides on our website.
You will be advised once REC Registry changes are live and we will issue a reminder to update your permissions.
Large-scale Renewables Section staff are available to provide technical help and support you through the changes. If you have any questions or need any assistance please contact them through the general enquiries line on 1300 553 542 or email
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