SECR regulations are now in force. What needs to be reported and are they are as streamlined as the name suggests?
A new report calls for companies to adopt better carbon reporting after the pandemic to enable cost-savings, access to new markets and the provision of more funding
All large companies must report on their global energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from 1st April 2019
Let us help prepare you for Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting, mandatory from April 2019 following CRC abolition.
A reform package aimed at reducing administrative burdens and raising energy efficiency awareness has been published. The streamlined energy and carbon reporting consultation is seeking views on how to replace the reporting element of the Carbon Reduction Commitment, which will be abolished after the 2018/19 compliance year. That includes mandatory annual reporting and disclosure of […]
A coalition of businesses are urging the government to keep the legislation that requires some organisations to report on their global greenhouse gas emissions every year. The call comes ahead of the budget announcement next week. Organisations including BT, Aviva Investors, Marks & Spencer, National Grid and Nestle UK & Ireland believe the introduction of […]
More major companies in the FTSE 100 are publishing their carbon emissions in their official annual reports. Research found 85 companies included key information about their carbon footprint in 2014, up nearly a third compared to 2013, when 56 did so. Data such as the carbon intensity ratio was included, plus details of the methodology […]
Retailer M&S tied with telecoms group BT on the top spot in a carbon reporting leader board of FTSE 100 companies. Each company in the FTSE 100 was scored using publicly available data against 67 criteria to rate their carbon management strategy. Carbon Clear which did the rankings said Marks and Spencer impressed with their […]
Nearly nine in ten British businesses (88%) are worried about the security of their energy supply according a joint report from the Major Energy Users’ Council (MEUC) and energy solutions firm Power Efficiency. Ofgem recently warned the UK could face ‘brownouts’ and ‘blackouts’ in 2015-16, as spare capacity could drop to 4% from its current […]
Companies have been warned they face ‘hefty fines’ if they don’t keep an eye on their new carbon reporting responsibilities. Carbon reporting specialist Inteb said companies that fail to comply with the law by miscalculating emissions or reporting late will be made to pay for their mistakes. From the start of this month all incorporated […]