For key dates for the upcoming auction see
Planning for an auction.
To participate in an auction you must have completed auction qualification and auction registration.
We will confirm and publish each
auction date and bidding window (that is the opening and closing time for receiving bids) at least ten weeks before an auction is due to occur.
The Clean Energy Regulator can purchase between 50 and 100 per cent of emissions reductions offered at each auction at prices below the benchmark price.
The Clean Energy Regulator will conduct auctions in accordance with auction guidelines.
documentasset:Guidelines for the third ERF auction provides information about how the third auction will be conducted, including information on auction schedules, eligibility, bidding, suspension and cancellation, participant disqualification and information publication.
An Emissions Reduction Fund auction user guide will be published closer to the auction to assist you to bid through the online bidding platform. Each bid made at auction will relate to one or more project(s) registered for the Emissions Reduction Fund auction. This guide assumes that you are an authorised bidder for a particular auction in relation to a project(s).
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The Clean Energy Regulator is a Government body responsible for accelerating carbon abatement for Australia.