This page lists the obligations of Accredited Certificate Providers, including the submission of reports, undertaking of audits, and the creation and sale of energy savings certificates
Accredited Certificate Providers are voluntary participants in the Energy Savings Scheme. Accredited Certificate Providers create energy savings certificates that can be sold to Liable Entities or other voluntary parties.
A list of Accredited Certificate Providers is available for download. Information about working with an existing provider is also provided.
The Accreditation Notice describes the conditions of each Accredited Certificate Provider’s accreditation in the ESS. Amendments to Accreditation Conditions are considered by the Scheme Administrator following a formal request for change.
The obligations imposed on Accredited Certificate Providers in the Act and the Regulation are provided. The Guide to Accredited Certificate Provider's Obligations can be downloaded.
All Accredited Certificate Providers must keep records of their energy savings project. You will be responsible for all record keeping and must demonstrate that your record keeping arrangements are satisfactory to support the creation of energy savings certificates.
Accredited Certificate Providers must submit implementation data before they apply to register energy savings certificates and may be required to commission independent audits
Accredited Certificate Providers must use approved templates for certain activities such as being nominated as the energy saver.