By becoming a Signatory to the Code, you are supporting the carbon industry’s vision of achieving a strong carbon industry in Australia that operates at the scale and quality required to significantly contribute to Australia’s greenhouse gas reduction commitments under the Paris Agreement.

Signatories to the Code enjoy a range of market-facing benefits, including enhanced reputation, visibility, and eligibility to access funding through various state government funding schemes and competitive tender processes.

Through the Code Administrator, Signatories access education and guidance to support their ongoing compliance and management of their Signatory status – and are able to contribute to the continuous improvement of the Code its operations. Become a Signatory by filling out the Signatory Application Form at the bottom of this page.

 

Signatory Types & Fees

The Code of Conduct has ‘Project Services’ and ‘Advisory Services’ categories, depending on the type of activities you engage in, and annual compliance year fees are differentiated on this basis. View the Administrator’s Becoming a Signatory Guidance below for more information on Signatory types and fees.

Are you Eligible?

There are a range of different factors that impact whether or not you are eligible to become a Signatory of the Code of Conduct. View the Administrator’s Signatory Type Decision Tree below for more information on how you can engage with the Code of Conduct.

Advisory Services FAQ

A significant amount of Code requirements focus on project-related activities, and how you engage with supply-side clients. For Advisory Services Signatories not all requirements will apply. View the Administrator’s Advisory Services Overview below for more information on how the Code applies to your business.

Apply Now

Applying to be a Code Signatory is easy. Click below to fill out the online application form. The form will ask you to download, sign, and reattach a Signatory Application Declaration. Once completed, the Administrator will contact you within five working days to discuss your application and confirm next steps.