The Kyoto Protocol requires Australia to maintain a list of entities authorised by the government to participate in international emissions trading and to make that list available through the ANREU. Australia is also required to make certain information publicly available, and to provide a publicly accessible user interface through the internet that allows people to query and view the information.
Personal information of ANREU Account Representatives, including their identification numbers, names, addresses, email and phone and fax numbers, is confidential and is not published, in accordance with Decision 13/CMP.1 Paragraph 44 of the Conference of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol and Regulation 50 of the
Australian National Registry of Emissions Units Regulations 2011.
Public reports can be found on the
public reports page of ANREU.
The Clean Energy Regulator may make alterations to the Australian National Registry of Emissions Units (the Registry) under the
Australian National Registry of Emissions Units Act 2011 or the
Australian National Registry of Emissions Units Regulations 2011, to correct clerical errors within the Registry. The alterations are detailed in the table below.
In relation to account number AU-1232, the account holder name and account name have been updated to reflect the participant's correct legal name:
In relation to account number AU-1436, the account holder name and account name has been updated to reflect the participant's correct legal name:
The following voluntary cancellations of Kyoto units have been undertaken in the ANREU. This list is provided in accordance with Section 61B and 62 of the
Australian National Registry of Emissions Units Act 2011.
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