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Carbon pricing regime presentation

Published on 06 Dec 11 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • legislative framework - In a nutshell
  • tax treatment
  • assistance
  • what it means for WA companies
  • legal preparation
  • indicative trajectory
  • supply chain impacts
  • opportunities for driving down costs
  • international carbon price
  • implications for the renewable energy sector.

 

Author profiles:

Michele Villa
Michele is a Partner at Ernst & Young and leads the climate change and sustainability services line in WA, specialising in climate change. He has more than 20 years experience providing environmental and social impact consulting services to the oil and gas, mining, manufacturing and public service sectors across Europe and Australia. Additionally, Michele has lectured at a number of universities and spoken at conferences. In his spare time, he also managed to compile and edit a book on the Kyoto Protocol and the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. Current at 01 November 2011
 
Michael Voros
Michael is a leading WA based climate change lawyer. He works with clients to prepare for the carbon price in the electricity, mining, oil & gas, manufacturing, waste, water and other industries, including for Government entities. He is a member of the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Chamber of Minerals and Energy and Waste Management Association of Australia climate change committees. He regularly speaks on climate change issues. Current at 01 November 2011
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Carbon pricing regime

Author(s):  Michael Voros,  Michele VILLA

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