• MARKET INSIDER: Australian Emissions Markets, April 2014

    Welcome to the April edition of RepuTex’s Market Insider publication, a monthly review of the key events and activity shaping the Australian emissions markets. The state of play The theme […]

  • MARKET INSIDER: CPM repeal rejected, double dissolution trigger likely

    The federal government’s legislative package to repeal the carbon tax today returned to the Australian Parliament, with the Senate rejecting the Clean Energy (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill at a third […]

  • MARKET INSIDER: A baseline and credit scheme on the way?

    On Tuesday, RepuTex released its February Carbon Market Update, which analysed domestic emissions abatement under the government’s proposed Direct Action Plan versus the Carbon Price Mechanism, accounting for new design […]

  • MARKET INSIDER – Direct Action’s Big Leap Forward?

    Welcome to RepuTex’s first Market Insider for 2014. The start of the New Year for the Australian emissions markets represents the start of ‘the race to July 1’ – the […]

  • MARKET INSIDER: ‘Grey’ Credits May Flood Emissions Reduction Fund

    While the proposed Direct Action Plan is likely to remove or at least reduce the downside risk for the majority of Australian firms, for many companies, it remains to be […]

  • MARKET INSIDER: High supply of credits = Win for industry

    Yesterday we released our submission to the government’s Emissions Reduction Fund consultation (available for free download here), which contained the Australian market’s first independent outlook on abatement supply and auction […]

  • ON POINT: The repeal bill, 2014 timing and the FY15 windfall ‘game’

    The Coalition yesterday released its draft bills to repeal the carbon tax and disband the Climate Change Authority. The government has stated that it intends to table the bill in […]