The Clean Energy Regulator (CER) welcomes 6 new companies to the 2023 Corporate Emissions Reduction Transparency (CERT) report, following the successful
pilot last year.
The 2023 CERT report will include 26 large Australian companies. Together, these companies represent 21 per cent of scope 1 emissions reported to the CER in 2021-22.
Participating companies represent a broad cross-section of the Australian economy. This includes companies from the energy, manufacturing, mining, retail, financial, transport, construction, and research sectors.
The CERT report provides a snapshot of companies’ climate-related commitments, progress, and net emissions position using a standardised, internationally aligned framework. It centralises companies’ climate-related information and data in one place, making it accessible to consumers, investors, and the public.
The CERT report offers:
Participating in the CERT report helps build capability and understanding of climate-related reporting in Australia.
The CERT report will be published in June 2023.
For more information see
Corporate Emissions Reduction Transparency report.
Companies participating in the 2023 CERT report include:
*New companies participating in the 2023 CERT report.
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