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40% of Safeguard facilities seek special emission limits

The Clean Energy Regulator received 81 applications from large emitters to have Safeguard emission limits that aren't bound by previous record levels, and so far has rejected only one, its general manager Mary-Anne Wilson told Senate Estimates last night.

New rules for big emitters

The federal government today proposed major changes to a scheme that imposes greenhouse gas emission limits on about 260 large emitters.


Reserve Bank backs TCFD climate-risk disclosure guidelines

Reserve Bank governor Dr Philip Lowe has told a House of Representatives committee that new global guidelines for companies on disclosing climate-related financial risk are 'exactly the right direction to be heading'.


New NEG details revealed

A new discussion paper on the National Energy Guarantee reveals the government initially won't set an emissions target for the electricity industry that extends beyond 2030.



Coalition MP acknowledges 'call to arms' on energy

Emissions reduction targets for the electricity industry should align with Australia's international commitments and national efforts to achieve 'net zero', a parliamentary inquiry has unanimously concluded.


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