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Carbon Tax in Singapore

When and how should an emissions report be submitted?

  • According to NEA (Pages),

    The registered corporation is required to compile and submit an Emissions Report annually for each facility that is subject to the Carbon Pricing Act (CPA). The Emissions Report for each reporting period shall contain information on the facility’s activity data, computation for each direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and the total direct GHG emissions.

    The Emissions Report shall be submitted by 30 June of the year following the end of each reporting period.  For taxable facilities, the Emissions Report shall be prepared based on the approved Monitoring Plan and verified by an NEA-accredited third-party verifier prior to submission.

    Emissions Report submission

    The facility is required to submit the Emissions Report using the Emissions Report User-Interface (UI) provided by NEA in the Emissions Data Monitoring and Analysis (EDMA) system. This Emissions Report UI builds on the forms and templates used for the reporting of energy use and Industrial Processes and Product Use (IPPU) emissions under the Energy Conservation Act (ECA). The Emissions Report shall be substantiated with supporting documents.