Here are the four key steps.
Find a project that works for you and ensure you meet general eligibility requirements as well as the specific project requirements.
Set up a client portal account to register your project.
To have your project approved, you must provide a forward abatement estimate. This is an estimate of the number of ACCUs that will be issued.
If you are a landholder, you will also need to consider who the project proponent will be.
Before you can claim your carbon credits through the Australian National Registry of Emissions Units (ANREU), you must complete specific tasks for your project. These tasks include reporting, monitoring, record keeping and auditing.
You can sell all or some of your carbon credits in an auction to the government through a carbon abatement contract, or to a private buyer through a commercial agreement.
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