Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 3 Hansard (22 March) . . Page.. 1236..
the Territory's renewable energy targets were for non-renewable electricity consumption for 2012 to be around 2,500 GWh.
(4) The Government expects to move to annual reporting of renewable energy usage following the first report against the 2012 target.
(5) The Government has not established a timetable for reporting against targets in 2050 and 2060. Policies to encourage the uptake of renewable energy will be set out in Weathering the Change Action Plan 2 which the Government will be releasing in 2012.
(6) At the time of making DI12011-81 the Government stated that the renewable energy consumption target for 2020 would be reviewed in light of Weathering the Change Action Plan 2.
(7) The Government is developing per capita targets for the use of non-renewable energy in the Territory for Weathering the Change Action Plan 2 which is planned for release in 2012.
Legislative Assembly—staff timesheets (Question No 2045)
Mrs Dunne asked the Deputy Chief Minister, upon notice, on 23 February 2012:
(1) In all the Minister's ministerial capacities, how many instances in your office have staff failed to submit timesheets to the relevant corporate area within (a) one, (b) two, (c) four, (d) eight and (e) greater than eight, weeks of the relevant period.
(2) What actions have been taken in relation to staff submitting timesheets late.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The Auditor-General's report of August 2009 examined and reported on this matter.
The submission of staff timesheets are in accordance with the provisions of the ACT Legislative Assembly Members' Staff (LAMS) Enterprise Agreement 2011-2013 and its predecessor agreements
(2) See answer to (1) above.
Legislative Assembly—staff timesheets (Question No 2046)
Mrs Dunne asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 23 February 2012:
(1) How many instances in the course of the Seventh Assembly has Shared Services received from executive offices staff timesheets within (a) one, (b) two, (c) four, (d) eight and (e) greater than eight, weeks of the relevant period.
(2) What actions have been taken in relation to executive members whose staff have submitted timesheets late.