A person who has received a decision from the Clean Energy Regulator can lodge a formal review request to reconsider the decision under:
In some cases, it may be possible to resolve issues with the Clean Energy Regulator contact officer without a formal review.
If issues cannot be resolved without a review, an affected person can lodge a request for a review. The request for a review must be lodged in writing. To assist the Clean Energy Regulator in reviewing the decision, the request should state in detail the grounds for review. The request for a review of the decision must be given to the Clean Energy Regulator within 60 days after the decision is made.
At this point the Clean Energy Regulator can appoint an officer who was not involved in the original decision to assist in the review. The Clean Energy Regulator reviews the original decision with reference to the reviewing officer’s recommendation. The person seeking the review will be informed in writing, explaining the reasons for the review decision. The original decision is confirmed if the Clean Energy Regulator does not give written notice of the review decision within 60 days of the request.
If the affected person is not satisfied with the review decision they can apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for a review of the decision.
A list of decisions can be found on the Clean Energy Regulator website.
No applications for internal review under Section 66 of the Act were lodged in 2012.
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