When entering address details into the REC Registry it is important to ensure the information supplied is detailed enough to allow an officer of the Clean Energy Regulator to visit the system without requesting additional information.
If there are two installations at the same address please supply additional information in the 'additional address information' field of the online form to describe how the systems can easily be identified from one another. If there are more than two installations at the same address, please supply a site map.
The Clean Energy Regulator requires the following information as part of the installation address:
If a street number is not available for the location of the system, the Clean Energy Regulator may accept the following:
If none of the information listed above is available, please contact the Clean Energy Regulator for further advice.
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