Before applying to register as an agent it is important that you understand:
If you wish to apply to the Clean Energy Regulator to become a registered agent you must complete:
Once an applicant successfully completes SRES Smart, this will be automatically recorded in the REC Registry after 30 minutes.
Before you begin the REC Registry application process you must have all necessary documentation on hand as applications cannot be saved. You will be required to supply relevant
identity documentation, complete a questionnaire, and declare your status as a 'fit and proper person'.
If you do not have an existing REC Registry account and would like to apply to become a registered agent.
If you are a registered person or have a 'general account' in the REC Registry and would like to upgrade to a registered agent account.
The agency may take up to six weeks to assess your application to become a registered agent.
Once your application is approved and you have been granted access to the REC Registry, you will be required to pay an
agent registration fee when you login for the first time. Registration fees must be paid before certificates can be created.
Once registered as an agent with the agency, you can perform the following functions in the REC Registry:
Please note, to activate STC creation permissions (including registering and bulk registering small-scale renewable energy systems), users will be required to successfully complete
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