As a registered controlling corporation under the
National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER Act), Peabody Australia Holdco Pty Ltd is
required to submit annual reports on its greenhouse emissions, energy production and energy consumption.
2020-21 Compliance and Enforcement Priorities highlighted that we are focussing compliance activities on NGER reporters with a history of reporting late or submitting inaccurate or incomplete data.
Peabody has been identified as having a history of submitting inaccurate NGER reports.
The agency has accepted an enforceable undertaking from Peabody that the quality of its NGER reports will be improved by:
Enforceable undertakings are voluntary, written statements from a scheme participant that they will do, or refrain from doing, specified actions to resolve non-compliance or improve compliance with the legislation administered by us. Enforceable undertakings are designed to secure effective and efficient remedies to address non-compliance without the need for court proceedings, and to provide non-adversarial and constructive solutions to compliance issues.
We administer the NGER Act, which establishes a single, national framework for reporting and disseminating company information about greenhouse gas emissions, energy production, energy consumption.
The data reported by companies under the NGER scheme is used to inform and underpin government policy, meet international reporting obligations, and give the public visibility of Australia’s largest companies’ emissions and energy production and use.
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