19 December 2017

The Department of the Environment and Energy has released a supplementary paper as part of the review of the fees associated with the delivery of registration and compliance services under the Greenhouse and Minimum Standards Act 2012 (GEMS Act).  The supplementary paper responds to issues raised by stakeholders after consideration of the GEMS Fee Review 2016-2017 consultation paper.

The paper outlines the pathway for GEMS registration and compliance costs to be fully cost recovered by 2020-2021 and proposes revised fee bands for GEMS products.

The supplementary paper can be found here.

All interested stakeholders are invited to provide feedback on the supplementary paper by 5pm AEDT Friday 2 February 2018 via energyrating@environment.gov.au.