Option to Deliver contract will be offered on a pilot basis for the tenth Emissions Reduction Fund auction on 25 and 26 March 2020. This option gives sellers the right, but not the obligation, to sell Australian carbon credit units to the Australian Government at a set price within a set timeframe.
Documentasset: New auction guidelines are now available for those interested in bidding for an Option to Deliver contract at auction. A new auction qualification form and an associated Code of Common Terms for this contract option will be made available shortly.
Documentasset: Code of Common Terms – version 3 and
Documentasset: auction guidelines remain in force for fixed delivery contracts.
For more information, see
participating in an auction.
Once you have qualified to participate in an auction, you may register your project for an auction. Auction registration is the next step in the auction and contract establishment process, and commits you to the
delivery terms of the carbon abatement contract. The delivery terms provide information about the number of Kyoto Australian carbon credit units (ACCUs) you will deliver, and when you will deliver them.
Your auction registration application must be submitted through the
client portal at least five business days before an auction.
During auction registration you will commit to:
auction guidelines for each auction may place limits on the quantity you can deliver. You should familiarise yourself with these before proposing a delivery schedule.
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