The Clean Energy Regulator maintains a number of
major data sets. They include information collected
through the Renewable Energy Target, the National
Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Scheme and
the data held in the Australian National Registry
of Emissions Units and the Renewable Energy
Certificate Registry. This information is relied upon
for regulatory decision making and also has value
for decision-makers across government and in the
private sector. In many cases, the Clean Energy
Regulator is the primary source of data.
The Clean Energy Regulator is subject to a range of
statutory requirements, in terms both of protecting
certain information and of publishing information.
Memoranda of Understanding with various
government agencies set out the terms on which
information may be shared with those agencies and
help give effect to the principle that data collected by
the Clean Energy Regulator need not be collected
again by others.
In addition the Clean Energy Regulator has
developed an Information Management Strategy
to provide a very clear and consistent approach
to collecting, storing and using information.
Products such as the non binding estimate for the
Renewable Energy Target and the results of the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting System
Scheme Audit Report will be published by the Clean
Energy Regulator for the use of clients and other
stakeholders, alongside the public data sets required
by legislation, such as the Liable Entities Public
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