You must complete and submit the Emissions Reduction Fund Project Report and Crediting Application form for each project for a reporting period. Completed applications will be fully assessed within 90 days, once received.
The Clean Energy Regulator may make a request for further information to complete an assessment, and in most cases a single request only will be made. A deadline for responding to a request for further information will be set and if missed, the Clean Energy Regulator will take no further action. In this situation, you will need to resubmit your application if you wish to proceed.
Guidance on how to apply using the Emissions Reduction Fund Project Report and Crediting Application form can be found here.
Once your claim for ACCUs is approved, you will receive an abatement statement from the Clean Energy Regulator advising how many ACCUs your project is entitled to receive for the reporting period. The ACCUs will be transferred to your
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