The Clean Energy Regulator is now responsible for developing Emissions Reduction Fund methods after this function was moved from the
Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources.
The Clean Energy Regulator consults on all new methods being developed and methods under review to ensure they are fit for purpose and to assist the Emissions Reduction Assurance Committee in forming their advice to the Minister.
There are currently no methods open for consultation.
See previous consultations and reviews on the
Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resource’s Consultation Hub.
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