All participants in the Australian Carbon Credit Unit (ACCU) Scheme (formerly known as the Emissions Reduction Fund) must report on their projects at regular intervals.
Reports may need to be accompanied by an audit report, if required in the project's audit schedule, verifying that the abatement achieved and reported on is accurate. All reports must be submitted online using the Emissions Reduction Fund Project Report and Crediting Application via the
Guidance on how to apply for Australian carbon credit units (ACCUs) using the ERF Project Report and Crediting Application form can be found
For most projects, a minimum of three scheduled audits across the seven plus year crediting period is required.
All scheduled audits will need to establish reasonable assurance that the abatement achieved and reported on by a project is accurate.
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