The tables below are an extract of the National Greenhouse and Energy Register that lists all registered corporations (controlling corporations and RTC holders), that were
registered and expected to report under the NGER Act for the 2011-12 reporting year. This extract of the Register includes corporations that did not meet a threshold under section 13 of the NGER Act in 2011-12.
Extracts of the National Greenhouse and Energy Register for 2012-13 onwards, will include liable entities that have been registered under the NGER Act.
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Number of registered corporations: 829
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documentasset:Extract of NGER Register 2011-12
documentasset:Extract of NGER Register (not including RTC holders) 2011-12
documentasset:Extract of NGER Register - RTC holders 2011-12
The following table lists those persons who were registered under the NGER Act during the 2011-12 reporting year, but were deregistered without being required to submit a report for that year. This includes persons that applied for deregistration
in relation to the 2011-12 reporting year on the basis that they were unlikely to meet thresholds, and registered corporations that established that they no longer met the definition of a controlling corporation.
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documentasset:Extract of NGER Register - persons deregistered 2011-12
For archived extracts of the National Greenhouse and Energy Register, see
National Greenhouse and Energy Register by year
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