The Regulations were established on 6 February 2001, and have subsequently been amended several times.
During 2012, one amendment was conducted by the former Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator prior to being amalgamated into the Clean Energy Regulator. Eight amendments were conducted by the former Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency.
Table 13: Number of Regulation amendment rounds as at 31 December 20121
The Act is also supported by Regulations referred to as transitional provisions:
New amendments are expected each year to set future renewable power percentages and small-scale technology percentages.
1 Regulation amendments.
2 The Legislative Instruments Act 2003 allows proposed Regulation amendments which are of a minor or machinery nature and that do not substantially alter existing arrangements to be exempt from a public consultation process.
3 For information on these regulation and transitional provision regulation amendments contact the Energy Markets and Policy Coordination Division in the Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education.
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