Audits are required under the
Emissions Reduction Fund, the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting scheme and the
Renewable Energy Target, and underpin the effectiveness and integrity of the schemes we administer.
Audits may be required:
See more information on the audit requirements.
Registered greenhouse and energy auditors conduct most of the audits required under each scheme. The Clean Energy Regulator maintains a register of auditors that participants can use to select an auditor to suit their needs. See the Audit determination handbook for more information.
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The Clean Energy Regulator is a Government body responsible for accelerating carbon abatement for Australia.