Australia advances plans for voluntary carbon offset exchange

Published 08:08 on April 28, 2021  /  Last updated at 09:57 on April 28, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Bavardage, Voluntary Market  /  1 Comment

Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator is moving forward with plans to set up an exchange for Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs), in a bid to boost transparency and cut costs as the nation’s voluntary carbon market expands.

Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator is moving forward with plans to set up an exchange for Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs), in a bid to boost transparency and cut costs as the nation’s voluntary carbon market expands.

A Carbon Pulse subscription is required to read this content. Subscribe today to access our unrivalled news and intelligence, as well as our premium content including all job listings. Click here for details.

We offer a FREE TRIAL of our subscription service and it only takes a minute to register. If you already have a Carbon Pulse account, login here.

1 Comment

  1. wayne sharpe says:

    i am SPEECHLESS ! you know that CBL and Air Carbon are both copies of Carbon Trade eXchange, which has operated from Australia since 2009.
    https://www.westpac.com.au/about-westpac/media/media-releases/2010/12-october-2010/
    i stunned that the Aussie Government wants to compete with an Australian built exchange that does EXACTLY what they want done. and we had previously had approval form ASIC which got torpedoes when the current LNP Govt came to pawer under Abbott

Comment