For security reasons you are unable to update your personal details in the ANREU. If you need to change your details in the ANREU you will need to complete a
form to vary an authorised representative for an ANREU account.
If only the company name has changed and all other details are the same, a certified copy of the ASIC Change of Registration on Change of Name Certificate should be emailed with a request to have the company name changed in ANREU to the system administrator at
Please note that a person who is a registered holder of an ANREU account must notify the Clean Energy Regulator of any changes within 28 business days of changes taking place.
The Kyoto Protocol requires Australia to maintain a list of entities authorised by the Government to participate in international emissions trading and to make that list available through ANREU. Australia is also required to make certain information publicly available, and to provide a publicly accessible user interface through the internet that allows people to query and view the information. All reports available can be found on the
ANREU public reports page.
Personal information of account representatives, including their identification numbers, names, addresses, and email and phone and fax numbers, is confidential and is not published, in accordance with
All units must be transferred from an account before an account can be closed. A request to close an account can be submitted to the system administrator via email
For step by step instructions on how to use an ANREU account please refer to the user guide Managing units in the Australian national registry of emissions units.
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