Contracts under the Australian Carbon Credit Unit (ACCU) Scheme (formerly known as the Emissions Reduction Fund) are managed in accordance with the Clean Energy Regulator’s contract management principles and contract management plan which guide our response to non-performance and inform any discretionary decision-making in regard to contracts.
If you have a contract with the Clean Energy Regulator you must deliver Australian carbon credit units (ACCUs) according to the schedule in your contract. The delivery transaction will occur in
Australian National Registry of Emissions Units (ANREU) and must be made from your ANREU account.
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Once ACCUs have been transferred from your ANREU account to the Clean Energy Regulator account, you will be paid at the price agreed to at auction and set out in the contract.
Payment for the ACCUs will be made within 20 business days of the date the delivery occurred.
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