Registered corporations are listed alphabetically by their registered business name, which may differ from their trading name. Some facilities or trading corporations will be reported under the business name of their controlling corporation and so may not be readily recognisable.
Greenhouse and energy information included in the 2014-15 National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) data publication will be updated, if required, to account for corporations that have resubmitted their reported totals.
Some corporations registered under the NGER Act will
not have their information published due to one or more of the following reasons:
The Clean Energy Regulator may also withhold the publication of data reported by a registered corporation in cases where further data clarification is required.
In considering total emissions between years, it is important to note that each year there are minor changes to the
National Greenhouse and Energy (Measurement) Determination 2008 and changes in the number of reporters and facilities that meet a
The information in this report is based on information reported to the Clean Energy Regulator at a point in time. The Clean Energy Regulator gives no undertaking in regard to the accuracy, completeness, currency or suitability for any purpose of the information in this report. The information is provided ‘as is’ and users should make their own judgement in relation to its use.
This table should be read in conjunction with the footnotes that follow the table.
documentasset:Registered corporations report 2014-15
Knauf Australia withdrew its application to have its data withheld from publication under section 25 of the NGER Act (which relates to matters having a commercial value or trade secrets). The 2014-15 greenhouse and energy information by registered corporation was republished on 17 May 2016 to include Knauf Australia’s reported data.
All data is ‘as reported’ by the controlling corporations.
2014-15 greenhouse and energy information by reporting transfer certificate (RTC) holders
documentasset:Reporting transfer certificate holders report 2014-15
The 2014-15 greenhouse and energy information for designated generation facilities includes additional data specific to the electricity sector. This includes primary fuel source, emissions intensity and grid connection for each electricity generator, in addition to the total scope 1 emissions for all grid connected generators.
This data provides greater transparency and ensure industry are informed and well prepared for the introduction of the safeguard mechanism on 1 July 2016.
This publication is for designated generation facilities where the principal activity is electricity generation.
Facilities generating electricity for their own use or as a secondary activity do not have their emissions and electricity production data published.
Where an entity has responsibility for two or more designated generation facilities, and energy and emissions information are included in a report under the NGER Act, both the facility specific information and the totals are published.
If a report contains a facility aggregate (and does not include disaggregated information for individual facilities) the data is published at the aggregated level. Designated generation facilities are not able to apply to have their facility level data withheld under section 25 of the NGER Act.
This table should be read in conjunction with the footnotes that follows the table.
documentasset:Designated generation facilities report 2014-15
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