An advance payment worth up to $5,000 is available through a pilot program for eligible ACCU Scheme (formerly known as the Emissions Reduction Fund) projects to help with upfront costs of soil sampling.
See more information on the
advance to support soil method baseline sampling.
ACCU Scheme projects can generate income through selling Australian carbon credit units (ACCUs). ACCUs can be sold in the secondary market or by participating in an auction to secure an Australian Government carbon abatement contract. Carbon abatement contracts offer secure, fixed price and flexible duration outcomes (up to 7 or 10 years) to provide long term financial security for projects – even prior to initial project investment activity.
Before participating in an auction, it is important to consider several requirements including:
Find out the
results from Auction 15, which was held on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 March 2023.
documentasset:Guidelines for the ERF auction 15. These guidelines detail how we will conduct this auction.
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