The Clean Energy Regulator (CER), as part of its application evaluation process for an installer and designer accreditation scheme operator (ASO), has refused one ASO application and is on track to approve another application in February 2024. We expect to announce one ASO but cannot provide details until our decision in February 2024.
The Regulations establish a 3-month period for all Clean Energy Council (CEC) accredited persons to transition to the new ASO from the date the new ASO is approved. As a consequence, your CEC accreditation won’t be recognised 3 months after the CER’s date of decision, or earlier if your CEC accreditation expires beforehand.
The CER has been working closely with the CEC and new ASO to ensure a smooth transition. We can confirm that:
The CEC has released information to assist CEC accredited persons to prepare for the transition to the new ASO. This includes details on CEC application cut off dates and revised fee structures. We encourage all CEC accredited persons to read this information to understand how you are impacted.
CEC accredited persons should also:
We will provide more information on the transition in our December update.
If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Contact Centre team on 1300 553 542.
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