There are currently two calculation methods that can be used when applying for Emissions-Intensive Trade-Exposed (EITE) exemption certificates:
Each method has separate application forms and guidelines. Applicants that use more than 2000 gigawatt hours of electricity in 2018 need to use the electricity use method in 2019 to determine their exemption. Applicants must use the appropriate application form for the method of determining EITE exemption they choose.
Applications for exemption certificates are open until 1 April 2019. This is a legislated deadline and no extensions to this timeframe will be granted.
The electricity use method application form for 2019 is only available through the
Documentasset::Exemption Certificate - Electricity method guideline
EITE activity boundaries document
documentasset::CER-RET-033 2018 Exemption Certificate form (electricity use method) - multiple liable entities
documentasset::CER-RET-034 2018 Exemption Certificate form (electricity use method) - change of liable entity
Production calculation method forms for 2019 will be available later in 2018.
Documentasset: Exemption Certificate - Production method guideline
documentasset::CER-RET-028 2018 Application for an exemption certificate - production calculation method - change of liable entity
documentasset::CER-RET-029 2018 Application for an exemption certificate - production calculation method - multiple liable entities
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Applying for emissions-intensive trade-exposed exemption certificates using the electricity use method
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