The following tools are designed to help you use the Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS).
NGER guidance material explains what registered corporations need to report. The NGER Technical Guidelines assist corporations and liable entities to understand and apply the
NGER (Measurement) Determination 2008
The Clean Energy Regulator has developed a range of
training videos to assist you.
The EERS training videos introduce clients to reporting emissions and energy data. The videos provide a basic overview of EERS, how to report simple fuel combustion and electricity consumption and how to generate and submit a report to the Clean Energy Regulator. The videos are a handy resource for first time reporters and those wanting to reacquaint themselves with EERS.
The self-service in the Client Portal user guide outlines who can use this functionality, and steps you through how to add, edit or remove EERS users, via the Client Portal.
documentasset:User guide - Self-service EERS User Management via the Client Portal
The EERS user guide provides basic information about EERS. It will assist users perform basic reporting functions required under the NGER Act.
After reading this guide, users should have developed a familiarity with EERS, be able to create or modify their corporate structure, report basic activity data and generate and submit a report to the Clean Energy Regulator.
documentasset:Emissions and Energy Reporting System user guide
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