We understand our responsibility to operate in strict accordance with our emissions limits.
CS Energy reports greenhouse emissions, energy consumption, and energy production to the Australian Government under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) Scheme.
CS Energy’s greenhouse emissions have remained stable over the last five years.
For details of our annual greenhouse emissions, please refer to our annual reports or visit the Clean Energy Regulator website.
Other air emissions
CS Energy’s power stations also emit oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and sulphur dioxide (SOx) as a by-product of combusting fossil fuels.
Under the National Pollutant Inventory, CS Energy reports on the oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and sulphur (SOx) that it emits from its power stations to the Department of Environment and Science.
Data on our NOx and SOx emissions is available on the National Pollutant Inventory website.
Callide Oxyfuel Project
CS Energy was a joint venture partner in the Callide Oxyfuel Project, a world-leading low emissions coal demonstration project at our Callide A Power Station.
The demonstration ran successfully for more than two years (2012–2015) and made a significant contribution to the international carbon capture and storage knowledge bank.