Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 03 Hansard (Thursday, 18 March 2010) . . Page.. 1178 ..
Which agencies or departments did not comply with the reporting timetable for completing statements of performance issued by the Department of Treasury in 2008-09.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
The 2008-09 statements of performance for the following agencies were not received by the Auditor-General’s office by the due date as specified by the Department of Treasury reporting timetable:
Received one day after the date due:
• ACT Health;
• Legal Aid Commission; and
• Public Trustee for the ACT.
Received two days after the date due:
• Land Development Agency;
Others received after the date due:
• Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission – five working days; and
• ACT Public Cemeteries Authority – 14 working days.
Notwithstanding this, it should be noted that compliance with the Treasury timetable has improved over recent years.
Energy—solar feed-in tariff scheme(Question No 540)
Mr Seselja asked the Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Water, upon notice, on 10 February 2010:
(1) What was the total subsidy paid to generators who participated in the Solar Feed-In Tariff Scheme in (a) October 2009, (b) November 2009, (c) December 2009 and (d) January 2010.
(2) What is the estimate of greenhouse gas emissions saved in (a) October 2009, (b) November 2009, (c) December 2009 and (d) January 2010.
(3) How many generators joined the scheme in (a) October 2009 (b) November 2009, (c) December 2009 and (d) January 2010.
(4) How many households were in the scheme as at 31 January 2010.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) Information on subsidies paid to generators under the Feed-in Tariff Scheme is provided by the ICRC in quarterly reports. Premiums paid during the December quarter 2009 totalled $313,851.