Australia’s AGL backs extension of crediting period for landfill gas projects

Published 11:59 on July 12, 2017  /  Last updated at 14:32 on July 12, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australian utility AGL might shut down a number of projects that capture and burn methane emissions from landfills if they were to become ineligible to earn carbon credits, the company has told the Clean Energy Regulator.

Australian utility AGL might shut down a number of projects that capture and burn methane emissions from landfills if they were to become ineligible to earn carbon credits, the company has told the Clean Energy Regulator.

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