This is a step-by-step guide on how to register large-scale generation certificates (LGCs) from eligible electricity generated by an accredited power station following validation by the Clean Energy Regulator.
After the validation of LGCs by the Clean Energy Regulator, you will receive a notification email from the REC Registry advising the LGCs are eligible for registration. You must pay the appropriate fee to complete registration before you are able to sell, transfer or surrender your LGCs.
After validation of your LGCs:
Enter your username and password. Click the 'Login' button. Your REC Registry account summary page will be displayed.
All LGCs that pass validation by the Clean Energy Regulator require payment of a creation fee before the registration is complete. The amount due will be listed under 'Fees' on the 'Fees and invoices' page.
From the left hand menu, navigate to 'Fees and invoices', 'Fees'.
Select the outstanding fee items by selecting the appropriate checkbox.
Click 'Create payment advice'.
You will be directed to the invoices page, and a banner will be displayed confirming that the payment advice was successfully created. You will have the option to print out the invoice or download it as a PDF. The raised invoice can be viewed separately under the 'Fees and invoices' page by selecting 'Invoices'.
If you wish to pay online by credit card, go to 'Fees and invoices', 'Invoices' and select 'Pay by credit card' for the appropriate invoice.
Complete the required credit card payment information and click 'Submit'. Once you click 'submit':
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