The sixth Emissions Reduction Fund auction was held on Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 December 2017.
At the sixth auction:
See more information about contracts awarded at auction in the
carbon abatement contract table.
The below in infographic includes information about the key figures and results from the sixth auction.
documentasset::sixth auction results.
The below infographic includes information across all auctions to date, referred to as the contract portfolio. This includes information about paid, committed and remaining funding under the Emissions Reduction Fund, total projects under contract and by state and territory, contracted abatement, number of contracts, average price per tonne of abatement per auction and across all auctions, total contracted abatement by method.
documentasset::sixth auction contract portfolio results.
The below infographic includes information about the percentage of abatement delivered by auction and across all auctions, total abatement delivered and remaining to be delivered, scheduled and delivered abatement across financial years, quantities of abatement delivered by method (excluding fugitive emissions which has no delivered abatement to date) and quantity of abatement delivered to date compared to scheduled deliveries.
documentasset::sixth auction scheme performance results.
The Clean Energy Regulator engaged Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Deloitte) to assess and report on the probity of the sixth Emissions Reduction Fund auction. This included monitoring the integrity of the auction process, including the application of the variable volume threshold and assessment of bids.
Deloitte has provided an interim report which found that the “process was fair and transparent, decisions were made with accountability, and that confidential information associated with the auction was treated appropriately.”
This page provides access to documents related to the fifth auction.
These documents are for use with the December 2017 auction only.
Documentasset: Code of Common Terms – version 2 archived
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