Carbon checklist: is your house in order?
The first surrender date under Australia’s Carbon Scheme is fast approaching, with the interim surrender date now only four months away. In this alert, King & Wood Mallesons brings you a quick round-up of things to consider in the lead-up to the surrender period.
For most liable entities there has been a lot of work to do in getting all of the pieces in place for the first compliance year. However, we think it is worth revisiting certain issues to ensure ongoing compliance and also to consider a couple of recent adjustments to the Scheme that are soon to take effect…
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