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The Ministry for the Environment, on behalf of the Minister, organised a seminar on 29 March 2010 to explain the data collection requirements for industrial allocation under the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme (NZ ETS). At the seminar, PricewaterhouseCoopers, who provides direct support to firms for data collection, made the following presentation.
This presentation provides an overview of the data collection process and rules for industrial allocation under the NZ ETS.
The Ministry for the Environment, on behalf of the Minister, held a seminar on 15 December 2009 to launch a consultation on the Government’s proposed approach to the allocation of emissions units to industries affected by the New Zealand ETS. The seminar consisted of the following presentations.
This presentation provides an overview of the government’s changes to the Climate Change Response Act. It discusses key changes made to entry dates for sectors under the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme, the transition phase and intensity-based allocation. In respect of industrial allocation, the presentation addresses eligibility criteria, qualifying emission sources, how allocation will be calculated and review provisions.
This presentation outlines the steps required for implementing industrial allocation. It explains how activity descriptions will be developed by reference to prescribed principles. It also explains how data will be collected and used to determine eligibility and calculate allocative baselines.
This presentation outlines proposed rules for the collection of data on revenue and emissions.
This presentation recaps key messages, timelines and contacts.
Last updated: 13 April 2010