Offshore renewables regulations – Have your say

The Australian Government has released an Exposure Draft of the Offshore Electricity Infrastructure Amendment Regulations 2024 for consultation.

The regulations set out proposed requirements for management plans, consultation, a design notification scheme, financial securities, safety and protection zones, work health and safety, record keeping, fees and include updates to the licensing scheme.  

Interested stakeholders are encouraged to engage in the consultation process and provide feedback to the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water on the proposed regulations by 12 May 2024. For more information visit the DCCEEW consultation page.

Following the consultation period, the Offshore Infrastructure Regulator will release a suite of preliminary information materials to build an understanding of the exposure draft regulations and expectations. These materials will be subject to change in line with finalisation of the amendment regulations. 


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