GHG Emission Reporting Programs
EPA Mandatory GHG Reporting Program
Federal GHG reporting for facilities which emit
> 25,000 metric tons annually.
NC DAQ Voluntary GHG Reporting Program
Under this program, facilities can voluntarily report GHG emissions along with their regular emissions inventory.
NC Combustion Spreadsheets
Estimate emissions of various pollutants including
GHGs from the burning of various fuels.
GHG Emissions Data
EPA Facility Level GHG Data
Data for facilities required to report under the EPA
Mandatory Reporting Rule.
EPA National GHG Emissions Inventory
Estimates for all source sectors from 1990-2011.
NC GHG Emissions Inventory and Projections
Estimates and projections for NC sources.
EPA GHG Regulatory Initiatives
Federal standards for GHG emissions from mobile
and stationary sources and related actions.
NC Initiatives and Studies
NC Clean Smokestacks Act
Emission Reduction Strategies Report, 2005.
NC Legislative Commission on Global Climate Change (LCGCC)
Authority, Members, Meeting Documents, Schedule.
NC Climate Action Plan Advisory Group (CAPAG)
Climate Action Plan Development & Final Reports.
DENR Energy & Air Pollution Reduction Activities
Learn how DENR is working to reduce energy use and energy costs while reducing air pollution emissions.
NC DAQ Grant to Assist NC Businesses
Grant to assist NC facilities with voluntarily reducing energy use and GHG emissions while saving money.
NC DENR Carbon Footprint
This summary presents the electricity and fuel used internally by DENR from 2008 through 2010 and efforts to reduce our footprint and energy costs.
DENR Strategic Energy Plan
DENR's response to General Statute 143-64.10-12 'Energy Conservation in Public Facilities', which mandates a comprehensive energy management program for state government.
NC Petroleum Displacement Plan
Section 19.5 of Session Law 2005-276 established a 20% reduction goal for petroleum use in State vehicles. DENR collects its petroleum data and submits it to the NC Solar Center who creates an annual report for all departments and agencies.
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