With the disruption caused by COVID-19, it is easy for businesses to overlook compliance issues – such as the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) deadline.
SECR came into effect in April 2019 with the aim of simplifying carbon and energy reporting and to promote energy efficiency.
Whether your business was one of 11,900 UK companies involved in the SECR process in its first year or your entering the scheme for the first time in 2021, it is important that you have all the information you need.
Whilst still just over three months away, SECR involves a lot of data and putting that together in one report can be time-consuming.
As an external energy management consultancy with an expertise in compliance and energy-related legislation, we can collate, analyse and present this sustainability data for you.
Customers of ours have found the Energy Management portal, EM-Powered, to be an invaluable resource in collating and categorising energy consumption data.
Sustainability is dominating the energy agenda for companies at the moment, and will do for a long time ahead as the UK strives towards its 2030 carbon-zero target.
Companies are increasingly being judged by the public on their attempts to become more ‘green’ and completing SECR helps to promote positive achievements in this area.
What is the criteria?
If your business meets two of the three criteria listed below in the financial year being reported on, you will need to comply.
- More than 250 employees
- £36m or more turnover
- Balance sheet total of more than £18m
Still unsure? Find out if you are required to comply by using our SECR checker tool.
At Energy Management, we have in-house CIBSE qualified lead assessors who will be more than happy to guide you through the compliancy process.
If you would like any advice or help in making sure you are SECR compliant, please get in touch on 01225-867722 or visit our dedicated web page
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