The term Clean Energy Regulator refers to:
Members of the Regulator are appointed by the responsible minister under the
Clean Energy Regulator Act 2011, and are required to have substantial experience or knowledge in relevant fields. The Chair holds office on a full-time basis. All other Members hold office on a part-time basis.
The Regulator determines our strategic direction and policies, and is accountable for our regulatory decisions according to the legislation we administer. In addition to their collective responsibilities, Members of the Regulator each apply their expertise to a specific area of focus. This adds depth to the Regulator’s appreciation of the operating environment and enables agency staff to draw directly on Members’ knowledge and experience. Members provide an update on their area of focus at each Regulator meeting. The Regulator Members for 2016–17 were:
Information about our Members is at
Clean Energy Regulator Act 2011, the Chair of the Regulator may convene a meeting at any time. Between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2017, the Regulator met 10 times. See Appendix D for details of meeting dates and apologies.
At 30 June 2017 our agency comprised the Business Operations Division, Regulatory Obligation and Coordination Division, Scheme Entry and Entitlement Division and the Office of the General Counsel. Information about our agency senior executive staff is at
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