Maintaining and strengthening relationships with clients and stakeholders is essential to the Clean Energy Regulator's role in administering the Renewable Energy Target.
The Clean Energy Regulator helps to ensure the efficiency and integrity of the renewable energy certificate market by working with a wide range of stakeholders and clients to:
During 2014 the Clean Energy Regulator attended and presented at several industry conferences including Solar 2014 and Clean Energy Week. At these conferences the Clean Energy Regulator showcased the redesigned REC Registry, and explained its role in administering the Renewable Energy Target.
The Clean Energy Regulator also hosted workshops around the country to refresh liable entities on their obligations under the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act 2000 and present the new functionality for liable entities in the REC Registry.
Such workshops help to engage stakeholders and clients, and build and maintain strong relationships that support compliance.
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