Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting

Meet Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting requirements and make a difference to climate change

Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) was introduced in 2019, as legislation to replace the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Scheme. Implemented to improve visibility of carbon reporting and encourage energy efficiency in businesses, the strategy sets out ambitions that by 2035 all new heating appliances in homes and workplaces will be low-carbon technologies. Businesses successfully meeting SECR obligations all feed into this collective effort to decarbonise the UK power system, driving the change required to reduce effects of climate change. 

SECR requires obligated companies to report on their energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions annually within their financial accounts for Companies House.

The legislation also requires reporting on any energy efficiency measures and emissions with reference to an intensity metric, e.g. tonnes of co2e/£m sales revenue.

Achieve compliance with ease....

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    Determine if you are obligated?

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    Obtain accurate energy data

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    Achieve compliance

Who is obligated?

SECR applies to all quoted companies, large limited liability partnerships and large UK incorporated unquoted companies*. Limited liability partnerships and UK incorporated quoted companies are considered to be large and must comply with the legislation if they meet two or more of the qualification criteria below:

  • 250 or more employees
  • Turnover in excess of £36 million
  • Balance sheet in excess of £18 million

* Organisations using less than 40,000 kWh per annum will not be required to report

Our comprehensive guide provides all the key information you need to know about SECR legislation in one place, and defines the steps obligated companies need to take to become compliant.

Request your SECR guide here!

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Beyondly deliver full compliance management, including:

  • Confirmation of a company’s obligation
  • Data gathering and analysis
  • Training as required
  • Verification of the final SECR report

…and everything else in between; ensuring you can be confident your reporting is accurate and compliant.

Get in touch with our expert team for further advice and a no-obligation proposal for SECR compliance.

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