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24/09/2021 - From 18 December 2021, the AS/NZS 4777.2 standard for inverters will change. The AS/NZS 4777.2:2015 version will be superseded by the AS/NZS 4777.2:2020 version, meaning all inverters installed from this date will need to meet the new inverter standard.

23/09/2021 - The Clean Energy Regulator (the agency) continues its focus on installers accredited by the Clean Energy Council (CEC) that do not meet on-site attendance requirements. All accredited installers must meet their on-site attendance obligations for the installation of small-scale solar PV systems.

05/05/2021 - The Clean Energy Regulator has established a taskforce to target installers accredited by the Clean Energy Council (CEC) who make false statements in relation to STC claims.

03/03/2021 - The Clean Energy Regulator (CER) has released STP percentage for 2021 at 28.80% which equates to 50.6 million STCs for the year.

7/12/2020 - From 24 December 2020 the Clean Energy Regulator will require the NOC, ESC and STC assignment form to all be obtained before agents submit an STC claim for work performed in Western Australia (WA).

30/11/2020 - The STC Deeming Period will decline again from 1 January 2021. The deeming period will reduce from 11 years to 10 years for all installs done in 2021. The deeming period will reduce by one for each year after this.

17/09/2020 - The Clean Energy Regulator is working with the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and the Clean Energy Council (CEC) to incorporate checks of inverter settings into its inspection program of rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems under the Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme.

14/08/2020 - Additional and Replacement PV systems. The regulator requires detailed information when adding to existing PV systems or replacing PV systems. This artiicle explains the information required when submitting through FormBay