We developed our performance indicators under a Key Performance Indicator Framework, which relates to our functions rather than specific schemes. This provides flexibility in responding to changes to the schemes we administer and allows us to measure our performance through a number of metrics. Each of the following eight functions comprises a number of key performance indicators that measure our performance against our purpose.
Regarding data publication and information sharing, on 26 February 2016, we published data reported by registered corporations that exceed the publishing threshold under the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007. The data included total scope 1 and scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions and net energy consumption. This year for the first time, we published the fuel source and emissions intensity of all power stations that are reported. This new information provided a more complete picture of emissions from the electricity sector than previous publications. For more information about greenhouse and energy data see Publishing a more complete picture of greenhouse and energy data on the NGER scheme page.
Result: A total of 31 272 092 renewable energy certificates were registered4 in 2015–16 through the Renewable Energy Target's Small-scale Renewable Energy scheme and Large-scale Renewable Energy Target.
4 Registered certificates are certificates which have been created, validated and have their fee item paid.
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