What is nger reporting?
What is nger reporting?
The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) scheme is a single national framework for reporting and disseminating company information about greenhouse gas emissions, energy production and energy consumption. Visit NGER reporting and EERS for more information.
Who has to report nger?
Reporting obligations All registered controlling corporations are required to submit an NGER report each year until the corporation is deregistered. This obligation applies even if the corporation’s group falls below all reporting thresholds.
What is the Australian nger act?
The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act) establishes the legislative framework for the NGER Scheme which is a national framework for reporting greenhouse gas emissions, greenhouse gas projects and energy consumption and production by corporations in Australia.
What are the objectives of the nger act?
Objectives of the NGER Act include: informing government policy formulation and the Australian public; meeting Australia’s international reporting obligations; assisting Commonwealth, State and Territory government programs and activities; and avoiding the duplication of similar reporting requirements in the States and …
Where can I Find my nger report online?
Submission of an NGER report remains an obligation in these circumstances – even for part year reporting. Reporting is undertaken electronically through the Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS). EERS can be accessed through the Client Portal and you will be notified directly with login details to complete your reports in EERS.
What does national greenhouse and Energy Reporting ( nger ) mean?
NGER is one of our core compliance services. Talk to us about your reporting requirements. The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) scheme is Australia’s legislative reporting mechanism for the greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption and production by corporations.
When do you need to register with nger?
Key dates under the NGER Act 1 Registration applications due: 31 August (for reporting on the previous financial year) 2 Reports due: 31 October 3 Publication by the Clean Energy Regulator: 28 February
What do you need to know about the nger calculator?
The NGER Wastewater (Industrial) Calculator is designed to assist reporters to assess the greenhouse gas emissions resulting from the treatment of industrial wastewater. The calculator is designed in accordance with the NGER Regulations and the methodologies of relevant parts of Chapter 5 of the Measurement Determination.