Companies are responsible for assessing their own obligations under the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act). The 3 steps below will help you understand your obligations under the NGER scheme.
assess your obligations under the NGER scheme you must:
If you have assessed that your organisation is a controlling corporation or responsible emitter that has an obligation to apply for
registration, you will need to complete the relevant form via the Clean Energy Regulator
All registered controlling corporations are required to submit an NGER report each year until they corporation is deregistered. For more information on how and what to report go to
how to report.
It is important reporters are aware of their ongoing obligations to report and the importance of record-keeping in assisting to meet these obligations. For more information on how to comply, visit
record keeping and compliance.
The Clean Energy Regulator can help corporations understand their obligations. Reporters can access a wide range of FAQs, videos, reference guides, and user guides on our
forms and resources page.
contact us with any questions.
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