From 3 August 2020, companies who conduct eligible emissions-intensive trade-exposed (EITE) activities can apply for 2021 exemption certificates. Applications must be submitted in the Client Portal on or before 30 March 2021.
Companies that conduct emissions-intensive trade-exposed (EITE) activities may be eligible to
apply for exemption certificates.
Learn more about these activities and their relevant products:
If you conduct an EITE activity that is not listed above and you believe it should be, contact the
Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources who can help you to understand whether it could be considered eligible.
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