Only if the transfer is to a related body corporate.
Section 140 of the Electricity Supply Act 1995 identifies that an accreditation is not transferable. However, allowance is made where the Scheme Administrator approves a transfer of an accreditation to a related body corporate.
A ‘related body corporate’ is defined in section 50 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) as:
(a) a holding company of another body corporate; or
(b) a subsidiary of another body corporate; or
(c) a subsidiary of a holding company of another body corporate;
the first-mentioned body and the other body are related to each other.
Under Section 140(3) of the Electricity Supply Act 1995 (NSW) the Scheme Administrator may only approve the transfer of accreditation if it is satisfied the transferee is (or will be) eligible for accreditation and will fulfill the obligations that the accredited certificate provider is required to fulfill in respect of the relevant recognised energy saving activity.
Transfers of accreditation incur an accreditation transfer fee. An application is accepted as complete once all required documentation has been submitted and payment of the fee is confirmed.
See Apply to transfer accreditation