Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting
This page updated April 14, 2016
Information on California’s Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting program.
Revised EPE Workbooks and Guidance. The Excel reporting workbooks for Electric Power Entities (EPE) have been posted (Workbooks 1, 2, 3, 4) for reporting 2015 data. In addition, staff has posted updated EPE guidance documents. The EPE reporting deadline is June 1, 2016. (Added 4/14/2016)Webinar for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Data Reporting for Electric Power Entities. On April 19, 2016, at 1:30 p.m. PST, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) staff is providing an online training webinar to discuss tool changes and updated reporting workbooks and guidance for Electric Power Entities. Register here, and slides will be posted here prior to the webinar. (Added 4/8/2016)
Program Audit RFP Now Available. Event Name: 15ISD014. (Added 4/7/2016)
Previous Workshop for Amendments to Mandatory Reporting and Cap-and-Trade Regulations. On February 24, 2016, ARB staff held a workshop to discuss potential revisions to the GHG Mandatory Reporting and Cap-and-Trade Regulations. Workshop Materials and Comments. (Updated 2/29/2016)
Updated Facility and Supplier Guidance Documents. ARB has posted revised guidance documents for facility operators and suppliers. Additional documents related to cessation, applicability, and EPE reporting will be posted in April of 2016. (Updated 4/7/2016)
EPE - Asset Controlling Supplier (ACS) System Emission Factors for Calendar Year 2016. The ACS emissions factors are now available. (Added 12/11/2015)
Reporting of greenhouse gases by major sources is required by the California Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32, 2006). The Mandatory Reporting Regulation is applicable to industrial facilities, fuel suppliers, and electricity importers. All GHG emissions data reports must comply with the regulatory requirements and be submitted via the Cal e-GGRT reporting system.