A production-adjusted baseline will typically be made after a facility’s calculated baseline or benchmark baseline has expired, upon application by the responsible emitter.
If the responsible emitter does not apply for a production-adjusted baseline, the facility will revert to the baseline determination that was previously in effect. This could be a reported baseline or a previous production-adjusted baseline. In the event that a reported baseline or production-adjusted emissions baseline does not exist, the facility’s baseline will revert to the default baseline emissions number of
100 000 tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-e).
A production-adjusted baseline is determined using
actual production, unlike calculated baselines or benchmark baselines, which are determined based on
The emissions intensity for a production-adjusted baseline is the emissions intensity previously used to set the expired calculated baseline, or otherwise as set out in the Benchmark Emissions-Intensity Index.
calculated baseline or benchmark baseline, a production-adjusted baseline does not expire. It will continue to remain in effect until another baseline determination is made for the facility.
All applications for a production-adjusted baseline may be received from the day the production-adjusted baseline is to start, through to 31 October after the end of the first financial year to be covered by the baseline.
The earliest possible start date for a production-adjusted baseline is 1 July 2019. The production-adjusted baseline application form will be made available before that date.
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