There are two types of thresholds that determine which companies have an obligation under the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act): facility and corporate group thresholds. These thresholds and their statutory reporting dates are summarised in Table 1 below.
The current facility threshold is:
Corporate group thresholds
The current corporate group threshold is:
The corporate group threshold was introduced progressively over three years, under a graduated threshold regime. You need to consider whether you also have historic obligations from past years when determining whether you meet the NGER threshold. If you have met any of the following thresholds, you will need to submit a report for each year in which the relevant threshold was met.
For 2009–10, the threshold was:
For 2008–09, the threshold was:
Table 1: Thresholds
You need to ensure you
understand your corporate group.
If you have determined that you have an obligation to report under the NGER Scheme you must
register your controlling corporation.
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