Under the Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, eligible renewable energy power stations may apply for accreditation to create, buy and sell large-scale generation certificates.
All applications for accreditation must be submitted to the Clean Energy Regulator via the
REC Registry at least ten weeks prior to commissioning a renewable energy power station. This includes separate application forms which are being submitted for multiple power stations owned by the same organisation.
A step by step
demonstration video is available to assist when completing the accreditation application.
It is important that applicants understand the requirements for boundaries and meters as part of the accreditation process. For more information, see eligibility criteria for accreditation.
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