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e-GGRT Now Open for 2019 GHG Reporting
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The electronic Greenhouse Gas Reporting Tool (https://ghgreporting.epa.gov) is now open for 2019 reporting under EPA's Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program.  The deadline for submitting your facility's 2019 annual GHG report is Tuesday, March 31 2020. 

If you have not logged into e-GGRT recently, please note that your e-GGRT password expires every 90 days. Information on how to reset your password is available at How do I reset my expired password?

Assistance is available at the e-GGRT Help Desk at Contact Us

Tips for Preparing Your Annual GHG Report for 2019

New Comment Feature: Data Validation Checks

The e-GGRT system includes data validation checks that identify potential errors in your annual report.  If you are not able to resolve a data validation check, please add an optional comment prior to submitting your report explaining why you believe your data is correct.  Your comments may resolve an issue that would otherwise have required correspondence with EPA.

Streamlined Reporting for Stationary Fuel Combustion (Subpart C)

EPA has created time-saving data entry tools for subpart C reporters.  More information on these tools can be found at Subpart C Streamlined Reporting - Overview

EPA will be hosting a training webinar on these new tools on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at 2 PM EST.  To register for this webinar visit:  https://www.epa.gov/ghgreporting/training-and-testing-opportunities-ghg-reporting

Reporting Forms

EPA has made several changes to the downloadable reporting forms for Reporting Year 2019.  Be sure that you download the most recent version of the reporting form(s) from Reporting Form Instructions before you begin preparing your report.

Additional Training Opportunities

EPA will be hosting a training webinar for new e-GGRT users on Thursday, February 27, 2020 at 2 PM EST. This webinar will review the basics of e-GGRT registration, report preparation, report submission, and the e-GGRT correspondence system. To register for this webinar visit: https://www.epa.gov/ghgreporting/training-and-testing-opportunities-ghg-reporting

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