The Fit and Proper Person (FPP) test is a key control to protect the integrity of the schemes administered by the Clean Energy Regulator.
While particular eligibility requirements for each scheme may differ, the FPP requirements generally consider a person’s past compliance with the law, whether they are insolvent, and whether they have the necessary capabilities and competence to effectively fulfil their intended scheme role.
By defining its FPP posture the Clean Energy Regulator is seeking to strengthen this control by making it clear that eligibility assessments undertaken by the agency do focus on client capability, competency, integrity and good character aspects.
This includes that:
The Clean Energy Regulator is progressively implementing this posture across its schemes and will ensure that clients have the necessary information to successfully participate in the schemes and a reasonable time to comply with scheme requirements where needed.
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