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Analysis & Reports Overview
Welcome to our Public Reports section!
You can access two types of reports - or greenhouse
gas (GHG) inventories - here:
Please follow the instructions below to view the
reports. Note: the instructions will not be available after you navigate away
from this page, so please review them before continuing.
- Entity-wide reports: these reports are from
organizations that are Members of The Registry and have voluntarily reported
their GHG emissions.
- Facility reports: these reports are from
facilities in Massachusetts that are required to report their GHG emissions
pursuant to state regulations.
Keep in mind there are three possible types of
reports from Registry Members:
- Select "Standard Reports"
- Select an entity - the company or organization
that you are looking for - from the drop down box under "Report by Entity" -
and the emissions year. If you are running a Facility report the entity
must be still be selected. If appropriate also select the facility and
geographic category. Note that there may be a slight delay while the
system compiles the list of facilities or entities to display in the drop-down
- Select "Generate Report" to create a copy of the
report. CRIS will display a page that shows if the report is ready to view;
select the Refresh button at the bottom of the page to track the status of
your report in the queue.
- When the report is opened after you select "View", save the report locally on your computer.
- Select "Detailed Information" to obtain basic
information about an entity or facility including supporting documents or a
If you are registered to use the Climate Registry
Information System (CRIS) on behalf of a facility, entity, or verification body,
you may also have access to certain reports that are not available to the
general public. You must log in to CRIS to obtain these reports.
- Historical - a report that contains data reported
and verified through another GHG reporting program, which has been imported
into The Registry's system. Historical reports are indicated by a banner that
reads "Historical" at the top of the report.
- Transitional - a report that contains at minimum
third-party verified CO2 emissions from stationary combustion in at lease one
state or province. This report may include emissions from additional
Kyoto-defined GHGs sources or facilities. Transitional reports are a
training provision allowed for Members that have not met the reporting and
verification requirements for complete reporting in The Registry's voluntary
program. All transitional reports will have a banner that says, "Transitional"
at the top of the report.
- Complete - a report that contains all six
Kyoto-defined GHGs from all sources and facilities in all of North America.
Entity-level emissions totals in complete reports have been third-party
verified by a Registry-approved Verification Body. You can assume a report is
complete if it is not flagged as Transitional or Historical.