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Chair of the Clean Energy Regulator, David Parker, expects the price paid at auction for ERF abatement will rise, but it won't necessarily happen immediately.
Boosting the volume of abatement delivered through ERF projects is the Clean Energy Regulator's top priority, according to its chair David Parker.
A carbon credits business has relinquished credits worth more than $400,000 to comply with a Clean Energy Regulator order.
A freeze on land-based ERF projects in Western Australia will end if new state government proposals are accepted, allowing pastoralists to earn money from revegetation.
Corporate Carbon managing director Matthew Warnken says his company's stretch goal is to register 100 new soil projects to earn carbon credits before the end of the year.
The rebadging of the Emissions Reduction Fund will do more than just deliver a name change, according to Clean Energy Regulator chair David Parker.
The Clean Energy Regulator has in the last few months dropped from its portfolio close to 15 times the amount of abatement that it added at the latest auction.
The Clean Energy Regulator has contracted to buy hardly any abatement after considering bids made in this month's ERF auction.
* Queensland reveals renewables reverse auction shortlist
* $4m in new carbon farming grants announced
* Kellogg's signs solar PPA
Few new projects have registered to participate in the Emissions Reduction Fund auction that starts tomorrow.