Carbon farming projects that involve the sale of carbon credits need to comply with a new, highly regulated and often complex process, requiring detailed paperwork, measurement, monitoring, reporting and auditing over a long period of time.
There are a series of seven key steps required to conduct an Emissions Reduction Fund project, as outlined by the below flow-chart:
Being a relatively new opportunity, the participation process for ERF projects is evolving and can be confusing and demanding for new participants. This is where Select Carbon comes in – we do all the hard work and manage this end-to-end process for you.
To find out more on how you can participate, visit the Emissions Reduction Fund page on the Clean Energy Regulator Website here.
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