Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program
EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program will help us better understand where greenhouse gas emissions are coming from and will improve our ability to make informed policy, business, and regulatory decisions.
GHG Data Publication Tool
With EPA’s Facility Level Information on GreenHouse gases Tool (FLIGHT), you can quickly and easily filter GHG data in a variety of ways, including by facility, industry, location, or gas. Click the map to launch the tool
In 2012, power plants accounted for about 40% of U.S. carbon pollution and 67% of direct emissions reported under the GHGRP. Learn more about what 2012 GHGRP data reveal about U.S. GHG emissions.
Comprehensive greenhouse gas (GHG) data reported directly to EPA from across the country are now easily accessible to the public through EPA’s GHG Reporting Program (GHGRP). The 2012 GHGRP data set includes public information from facilities in nine industry groups that directly emit large quantities of GHGs, as well as suppliers of certain fossil fuels and industrial gases.
Find detailed information about the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program. Through the For Reporters page, entities subject to the GHGRP can find subpart-specific materials, training opportunities, proposed and final rule updates, details on handling confidential business information, and information about the e-GGRT data reporting tool.
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For GHG Reporters
If you are required to report emissions under EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program, or you want to know more about the requirements, visit the Reporting Resources page.
- Coming Soon: 2013 GHGRP emissions data
- Criteria for Publication of Aggregated Greenhouse Gas Data
- Proposal for the Addition of Global Warming Potentials for F-gases and Heat Transfer Fluids
- FR Notice on Publication of Aggregated Greenhouse Gas Data
- Petroleum and natural gas systems (subpart W) proposal signed