National greenhouse and energy audits are used to determine whether registered corporations are complying with the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act).
We initiate these audits for two reasons:
In both cases the matters, or 'areas', to be audited will be specified in the written notice we issue.
Audits may examine:
An important focus of greenhouse and energy audits is to assist corporations to understand their obligations and develop efficient reporting processes that meet the needs of government and business.
We also use proactive audits to develop a better understanding of capabilities to comply.
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