We have provided a range of information to help you participate in the Emissions Reduction Fund.
Emission Reduction Fund projects must meet crediting, reporting, delivery and permanence period requirements.
For more information to help you understand the differences between these time periods download the following document:
If you register to enter into an Emissions Reduction Fund auction, you will need to nominate a delivery schedule. A delivery schedule sets out the dates you will deliver ACCUs to the Clean Energy Regulator as well as the quantity of ACCUs that will be delivered.
For more information to help you understand and develop a delivery schedule download the following document:
Sequestration projects under the Emissions Reduction Fund involve the storage of carbon in vegetation or soils and there are several sequestration methods available. Making a decision to participate in the Emissions Reduction Fund is an important business decision and the sequestration series of resources available to help land owners and others that are considering conducting an Emissions Reduction Fund sequestration project.
documentasset:Sequestration decision tree 2016 can help you to select a sequestration method that might be right for your situation.
The videos explain the key tools involved in conducting a sequestration project.
A 17 minute video tutorial demonstrating the Full Carbon Accounting Model (FullCAM).
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A 12 minute video tutorial demonstrating the Carbon Farming Mapping Tool (CFMT).
A 12 minute video tutorial demonstrating the Reforestation Modelling Tool (RMT).
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