Reporting and compliance

REES electricity

 
Under the Electricity (General) Regulations 2012 and Gas Regulations 2012 (Regulations), the Essential Services Commission of SA (the Commission) has functions and powers as are necessary and expedient to give effect to the Retailer Energy Efficiency Scheme (REES). As the administrator of the REES, the Commission is responsible for retailer compliance with the scheme and administers the scheme within the parameters defined by the policy framework to ensure that energy retailers comply with the REES.

The Minister has approved a REES Ministerial Protocol that sets out reporting requirements for the Commission in its role as scheme administrator.

 

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