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Mandatory energy and emission reporting for large UK companies

by Futures Centre, Apr 10
1 minute read

Since 1 April 2019, large UK companies need to report their global energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in line with The Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR). The new regulation is a simplified version that replaces the so far existing CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme. It affects around 11,000 UK quoted and non-quoted large companies. Filed information needs to give a good understanding of the companies impact. To put this into a broader framework, companies can include social impact and community investment in an integrated report. The new regulation is part of the UK Government’s Clean Growth Strategy. ​



  • Topic: Economy & businessTransport
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