The following objectives, priorities and key activities provide a comprehensive summary of the work we do to support vibrant carbon markets and accelerate carbon abatement for Australia. The planning priorities and key deliverables are mutually reinforcing and could be applied across multiple objectives. They outline how we will improve our program delivery and engage with our stakeholders. Key deliverables and their associated KPIs are placed under the objective they are key drivers in achieving, noting some KPIs may be relevant to more than one objective.
The Clean Energy Regulator publishes relevant, accurate and timely data and other information to promote and enhance a well-functioning, vibrant and liquid carbon market and to inform future policy development. In doing so, our agency relies on and supports productive and collaborative relationships across governments, states and territories, and industry and stakeholder bodies.
Identifying and effectively mitigating emerging risks associated with administering our schemes and facilitating the markets we regulate.
* Effectiveness KPI^ Efficiency KPI~ Output KPI
Regulator Performance Principles
(1) RPP1(2) RPP2(3) RPP3
Our agency administers our schemes in an efficient and effective way to encourage participation and compliance, reduce costs and meet the objectives of the legislation to accelerate carbon abatement.
1 This estimate includes assumptions on the estimated uptake of solar PV. Solar PV is a consumer product and installations can materially change over a year.
We achieve the best outcomes when the entities we regulate can successfully engage with us to participate in the schemes we administer, meet their obligations, and willingly contribute to our information gathering.
As we build new functions in the agency and meet new legislative requirements, we will share insights, and tailor engagement to optimise government administration and outcomes, and reduce regulatory burden for our new and existing participants.
Our agency’s processes, systems and infrastructure must be reliable and resilient, and able to respond flexibly to policy and/or operational changes. They must also be supported by capable, expert and adaptable people to ensure our agency can respond quickly to new policy demands, technological changes and participant expectations.
Continuously assessing capabilities to meet current and emerging operational requirements and tailoring workforce and infrastructure planning accordingly.
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The Clean Energy Regulator is a Government body responsible for accelerating carbon abatement for Australia.