The Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS) is available for 2019–20 reporting. You can log in to EERS, enter data and submit your reports. If you experience any log in difficulties, please contact us on 1300 553 542.
Changes made to the Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS) for the 2019–20 reporting year include:
Measurement criteria for fuels that are reported under the following source/activity combinations will be restricted to ‘A’ and ‘Industry Practice’, to comply with subsections of 4.66, 4.71 and 4.94 of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008.
Measurement criteria for certain sources will be locked from editing. Subsections 2.14(3), 2.29(3), 2.50(3) and 4.35(3) of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008 require that measurement criteria are not changed for specific circumstances (detailed below) after being reported in a reporting year.
The measurement criteria and sub-criterion fields will be locked for the combinations in Table 2, where the following apply:
For more information on measurement criteria see Guides and factsheets.
The method available for calculating methane and nitrous oxide emissions from transport fuels under the following source/activity/fuel type combinations will be restricted to Method 2, to comply with Divisions 4.1 and 4.2 of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008.
Stationary and transport energy purposes (excluding electricity generation)
Emissions released from combustion of liquid fuels other than petroleum oils or greases – Transport energy purposes
For information, see Complying with NGER.
There are currently no identified issues in relation to the 2019–20 reporting period.
The Clean Energy Regulator will use this page to inform reporters of any issues identified in the Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS) and provide advice on what actions reporters should take, including information on status of issue resolution.
We will update the identified issues on a regular basis, if required.
If the proposed 'Recommended reporter action/s' is unsuitable or does not resolve your issue, please contact us for more advice.
The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008 (Measurement Determination) has been updated for 2019–20 onwards.
Further information on particular amendments is available in the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Amendment (2019 Update) Determination 2019 (Amendment Determination).
The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Technical Guidelines for past and current financial years are available on the Department of the Environment and Energy website to assist stakeholders in understanding and applying the Measurement Determination.
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