In 2012, the Clean Energy Regulator received 165 partial exemption certificate (PEC) applications by the legislated deadlines. Applications from prescribed persons spanned 44 of the 46 eligible EITE activities.
As at 31 December 2012, 165 PECs were issued totalling 33,450 gigawatt hours of partial exemption under the legislation.
In accordance with Regulation 22E(2) of the Regulations, the name of the person to whom a PEC is issued and the EITE activity that the PEC relates to is published on the Clean Energy Regulator website.
Table 6: Total amount of 2012 partial exemptions given for each EITE activity as at 31 December 2012
Note: In accordance with Regulation 22E(3) of the Regulations, the total amount of partial exemptions given for each EITE activity must be published by 1 October in the year to which the partial exemptions relate.
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