We provide a range of information and tools to help you participate in the Emissions Reduction Fund, including the
interactive questionnaire, which enables you to find out if your project meets the eligibility requirements.
Make sure you read the information about how the scheme works and the type of projects that can participate before you apply to register your project.
Deciding whether to participate in the Emissions Reduction Fund is an important business decision. If you are considering applying for the Emissions Reduction Fund project you should first consider:
You will also need to understand the crediting and reporting periods that apply to your project.
Participating in the scheme is a business decision and we recommend you ensure you understand the obligations and risks of participation. There are several different types of service providers that might assist you in understanding and participating in Emissions Reduction Fund including Legal Services, Financial Advisory Services, Agents and Aggregators.
The Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources has released a
fact sheet to help farmers and land managers understand the roles of carbon service providers and choose a provider.
You can also conduct a web search to find relevant providers using terms such as carbon services, carbon farming services or carbon service providers etc. Also, the Carbon Market Institute has a voluntary industry Code of Conduct and a
Carbon Marketplace website where you can search for the type of service provider you are seeking.
Disclaimer: The above is provided by way of general information. The Clean Energy Regulator cannot give business or financial advice, or endorse or recommend any carbon service provider or their services.
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