Mandatory Renewable Energy Target

01 Mar 2002Archived News Climate Change Matters

The Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act was passed in December 2000. It is designed to increase the amount of renewable energy in Australian Electricity supplies by 9,500 GWh by 2010.


This program is a federal scheme introduced with penalties for non-compliance. The Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator (ORER) is charged with the responsibility for administering the ACT.

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