The Clean Energy Regulator Corporate Plan 2017-21 covers reporting periods 2017–18 to 2020–21 and has been prepared as required under paragraph 35(1)(b) of the
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.
Our performance against this plan will be reported against in the 2017-18 Annual Performance Statement published in our 2017-18 Annual Report in October 2017.
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Corporate plan table of contents
We want our clients to be informed, capable and willing to comply. To be effective, we need to attract and retain clients that meet the requirements of our voluntary schemes and can benefit from our schemes’ incentives. We also need to encourage
compliance by assisting clients that have mandatory obligations under the schemes.
Strategies to achieve this objective:
Our priorities over the life of the plan are to:
As an agency operating for the public good we have an obligation to be efficient and effective. In response to the government’s regulatory reform agenda, we continuously look for ways of doing things more efficiently for us and our clients.
To address the challenge of reducing carbon emissions, the Clean Energy Regulator will need to operate for many years as a capable, trusted agency relied upon to make sound decisions based on excellent knowledge and data.
Our changing policy environment and client base and the need to operate efficiently mean that we need resilient and adaptable long-term processes and systems as well as reliable data.
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