Accelerating carbon abatement for Australia
Our purpose statement reflects the objectives of the legislation that underpins all our activities that involve measuring, reducing or offsetting Australia’s carbon abatement.
As outlined in our Corporate Plan 2017–2021 we define four objectives that describe our regulatory posture, the relationships we need to build, and our approach to allocating resources, investment and operations that underpin the achievement of our purpose.
The Key Performance Indicator Framework has been designed to reflect our agency’s core functions and is used to assess our effectiveness and the efficiency and quality against these functions. Individually, the key performance indicators demonstrate how discrete functions of our agency have performed. Collectively, the performance indicators for each of our four objectives measure our performance against our purpose. Our following performance results for 2017–18 are detailed against each of our objectives.
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The Clean Energy Regulator is a Government body responsible for accelerating carbon abatement for Australia.