Through the Emissions Reduction Fund, the Government will purchase lowest cost abatement (in the form of Australian carbon credit units) from a wide range of sources, providing an incentive to businesses, households and landowners to proactively reduce their emissions.
Learn how to participate in an Emissions Reduction Fund auction.
The Clean Energy Regulator held the tenth Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) auction on 25–26 March 2020, purchasing 1.71 million tonnes of carbon abatement at an average price of $16.14 per tonne, for a total commitment of $27.6 million.
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