Read the latest insights and data on Australia's carbon markets.
Another record year of carbon abatement and renewable energy accreditation in 2022–23. Our annual report is now available.
The Guarantee of Origin is a world-class certificate scheme being designed to track and verify emissions associated with hydrogen, renewable electricity and more.
The Clean Energy Regulator will close on Friday 22 December 2023 and reopen on Tuesday 2 January 2024.
Australians are taking control of their energy bills and increasingly electrifying through rooftop solar and energy efficient technology according to the latest Quarterly Carbon Market Report (QCMR) for Q3 2023.
ANREU is a secure electronic system designed to accurately track the location and ownership of Australian carbon credit units (ACCUs) and emission units issued under the Kyoto Protocol.
The Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS) is the system for all reporting under the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act).
The REC Registry is an online system which allows Renewable Energy Target participants to create, transfer and surrender renewable energy certificates (RECs).
An online system providing access to forms, making it safer and easier for you to digitally submit your information.
Online Services is the future front door for scheme participants and lists all available services.
The media centre provides access to Clean Energy Regulator media updates, speeches and media resources.
The Audit information hub provides the details of how audits work under our schemes and information for auditors.
The markets hub is an information source for participants in the market-based schemes administered by the Clean Energy Regulator.
The Clean Energy Regulator is required by legislation to publish certain information including the databases, registries and reports related to the schemes we administer.
The GO scheme is being designed to track and verify emissions associated with hydrogen, renewable electricity and more.
The carbon pricing mechanism was repealed on 1 July 2014. Information for liable entities regarding their obligations is available here.
Case studies about emissions reduction, renewable energy generation and greenhouse gas and energy reporting are available here.
Our Consultation Hub is where you can find and participate in current consultations that interest you.
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