An ever-evolving regulatory landscape is putting increasing pressure upon businesses across sectors to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions along their entire value chain. Nowhere is this changing landscape more evident than with the introduction of the Methane Emissions Reduction Program (MERP) introduced by 2022’s U.S. Inflation Reduction Act.
But what impact will the MERP have on your business? What steps should your organization take to better prepare for the program’s operational and financial impacts? And what role can software and technology play in helping your company navigate the complexities of the MERP, and ensure it remains on the right side of environmental compliance?
Join Cority’s Bill Palmer and Christi Wilson from Trinity Consultants as they explore the intricacies of the MERP and examine its implications for firms’ greenhouse gas emissions reporting processes and overall environmental compliance strategy. Delve into the Methane Emissions Reduction Program’s essential components and their critical role in curbing industrial greenhouse gas emissions. Analyze the reporting prerequisites, thresholds, and deadlines imposed by MERP. Consider the financial consequences for businesses associated with waste emissions charges within the program. Additionally, evaluate various approaches to guarantee compliance with MERP obligations, while also examining the potential of technology to streamline data management, and reporting procedures, and enhance compliance with your company’s greenhouse gas emission responsibilities.