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Companies who conduct eligible emissions-intensive trade-exposed (EITE) activities are encouraged to prepare their 2022 exemption certificate applications under the Renewable Energy Target (RET).
Applications for exemption certificates are open and must be made on or before 30 March 2022. An online form is available in the Client Portal.
Applications made in previous years will not roll over. You must apply annually.
The Clean Energy Regulator does not have discretion to vary the deadline date so don’t delay your submission. Late applications will not be considered.
Noteworthy for prescribed persons undertaking eligible EITE activities when applying for an exemption certificate will be required from 1 January 2022:
For more information on the amendments, you can view the amendment instrument.
To ensure that your application is accurate and complete:
Visit emissions-intensive trade-exposed activity information for companies for more information.
If you require more assistance, email the EITE team at CERIndustryAssistanceSchemes@cleanenergyregulator.gov.au.
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