The Clean Energy Regulator has today released the
2018–19 safeguard facility reported emissions data.
In 2018–19, 210 safeguard facilities reported a total of 144 million tonnes CO2-e covered emissions.
Responsible emitters used a range of options to meet their obligations, including applying for a calculated baseline, baseline variation (for improved emissions intensity), multi-year monitoring period, and surrendering Australian carbon credit units (ACCUs) to offset their emissions.
In addition to having a reported or calculated baseline in force:
All safeguard entities met their safeguard obligations by the 29 February 2020 deadline.
See more information about the
2018–19 safeguard facility reported emissions.
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