The Minister for Climate Change and Energy sets the priorities for the development of new Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) methods.
The current method development priorities are:
In addition to these priorities for new methods, we develop variations to existing methods and support the Emissions Reduction Assurance Committee (ERAC) in their reviews of methods.
The Minister determines method development priorities. Methods are prioritised based on:
Future method development priorities are determined by the Minister and informed by submissions from stakeholders on potential priorities. Through this consultation process, you can propose new emissions reduction activities and provide information, such as abatement potential to inform the Minister’s prioritisation process.
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