The Clean Energy Regulator is committed to improving data transparency in line with the
Australian Government’s Public Data Policy Statement. Improving data transparency works to achieve agency objectives, such as accelerating carbon abatement for Australia, by providing information that assists potential investors to identify opportunities in renewable energy, emissions reduction activities and energy efficiency.
Through the open data policy, Clean Energy Regulator will:
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Documentasset: Regulatory policy on open data
Most of the data the Clean Energy Regulator holds is either commercially sensitive or relates to individuals, and is governed by non-disclosure provisions and privacy legislation. Maintaining the confidentiality of the data is a high priority for the Clean Energy Regulator. The Clean Energy Regulator also will not publish any personal information as part of the open data policy, however, it may at times publish personal information for compliance and other regulatory purposes as required or permitted under legislation.
The Clean Energy Regulator has a
data information hub for data published about the schemes we administer. The Clean Energy Regulator also continues to work closely with external agencies to share data which is currently published on the Australian Government
data.gov.au and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency
AREMI National Map.
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