In addition to industry assistance under the carbon pricing mechanism, other government agencies provide related assistance including:
Carbon pricing mechanism repeal
The Clean Energy Act 2011 has been repealed. This abolishes the carbon pricing mechanism from 1 July 2014. Liable entities must still meet their carbon price obligations for the 2013-14 financial year.
Content on the Clean Energy Regulator website will be progressively updated to reflect these changes. More information can be found on the carbon pricing mechanism repeal page.
- The Steel Transformation Plan provides funding to eligible steel manufacturing businesses to support investment, innovation and competitiveness in Australia's steel industry to transform into an efficient and economically sustainable industry in a low carbon economy.
- The Clean Technology Investment Program provides assistance for manufacturing businesses to invest in energy efficient capital equipment and low emissions technologies, processes and products.
- The Clean Technology Food and Foundries Investment Program provides assistance for food and beverage processors, metal forgers and foundries to invest in energy efficient capital equipment and low emissions technologies, processes and products.