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The Clean Energy Regulator has granted Chevron and Inpex new rights to emit a total of 11 million tonnes of greenhouse gas annually without penalty or charge.
The Safeguard Mechanism could be strengthened to cut industrial sector carbon emissions, which are currently on track to increase significantly, says a new report from the Climate Change Authority.
* Fewer ERF projects seek registration, update shows
* New rule for NGER auditors
* Smart meters deliver safety benefits
* Parliamentary library sheds light on Safeguard Mechanism
* EPA gains stronger watchdog role
* EPA covert operation leads to prevention notice for council
* New information-sharing rules for Clean Energy Regulator
Western Australia's LNG industry can fully offset its emissions at a reasonable price by buying local abatement, concludes a new report for the WA Conservation Council by carbon analyst RepuTex.
Leading industry bodies and executives expect Labor to tighten up the 'Safeguard' rules for big emitters.
A major new survey shows Australian businesses are taking their own steps to deal with climate risk, and reveals a startling lack of support for the NEG as a tool to cut emissions.
The federal government's plan to underwrite new and expanded generation could stymie the rise of corporate power purchase agreements, the Clean Energy Council has warned.
Client satisfaction with the Clean Energy Regulator slipped last financial year, the agency's latest annual report reveals.
An ACT bid to have the Energy Security Board again investigate ways to cut electricity industry emissions was today rejected by the federal government and Liberal state governments.