The Emissions and Energy Reporting System (EERS) is available for 2022–23 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 EERS for the 2022–23 reporting year include:
Following the release of EERS in early July 2023, we will be providing updates and adding important information to several guidance documents published on our website.
Please watch out for these updated documents when they apply to you.
We will use this page to inform reporters of any issues identified in the EERS and provide advice on what actions reporters should take, including information on status of issue resolution.
The table below describes current issues identified in the EERS and provides advice on what actions reporters should take. It also includes information on the status of the issues resolution.
We will update the identified issues on a regular basis, if required.
If the proposed ‘Recommended reporter action(s)’ is unsuitable or doesn’t resolve your issue, email
email@example.com for more advice.
Some Client Portal users are unable to add new EERS users to their organisation using the ‘Manage access’ functionality in the Client Portal.
This issue occurs where the person who is to be added to the EERS account signed up for a Client Portal/Online Services account after 12 July 2023.
Please note, if the NGER Contact Person has left the organisation, and there are no other organisation administrators, your organisation needs to submit an
Documentasset:Addition of a New Contact Person form to add a new NGER Contact Person who can manage access to your organisation’s EERS account.
Resolved – new users can now be added using the “Manage access” functionality in Client Portal.
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (Measurement) Determination 2008 has been updated for 2022–23 onwards. Amendments include:
Amendments to the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Regulations 2008 (NGER Regulations) for 2022–23 include:
Guidelines page for guidance on applying the Measurement Determination.
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