Clive 'Green-lights' the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF)

Matt Drum

Clive 'Green-lights' the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF)

The Government's $2.5B Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) is likely to pass the Upper House after Clive Palmer and his Senators agreed to support the ERF legislation. The ERF allows for the continuation of existing Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI) projects and will...

30 October 2014

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EERS Up and About

Matt Drum

EERS Up and About

The Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS) for the 2014 NGERs reporting season is now up and running after an extended upgrade period. Users are now able to enter data, generate drafts and submit reports as required under NGER Section...

20 August 2014

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Subsidised Resource Efficiency Assessments – Sustainability Advantage

Philip Link

Subsidised Resource Efficiency Assessments – Sustainability Advantage

Sustainability Advantage is a business support service offered by the Office of Environment and Heritage that can help organisations improve their environmental performance, reduce costs and add other value such as enhanced corporate reputation. With a small upfront fee of...

20 August 2014

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True-up process for the free carbon units…

Ali Mallaki

True-up process for the free carbon units issued under the Jobs and Competitiveness Program for the 2013-14 FY

The Department of Environment released a rule (the Rule) last week which outlines the true-up process of the JCP free carbon units for the 2013-14 financial year. As explained in the accompanying consultation paper made available earlier, the process involves correcting an...

19 August 2014

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