The scheme requires all large businesses to report on carbon emissions from all electricity, gas and transport fuel use. Alongside consumption and carbon reporting, each organisation must report an intensity metric and a summary of their energy efficiency activities.
SECR compliance to spring board for sustainability
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Who needs to comply?
SECR Compliance is required by all UK quoted companies and registered businesses that meet two or more of the following criteria within the reporting period:
- More than 250 employees
- A balance sheet greater than £18m
- A turnover greater than £36m
If you want to learn more added value of complying,
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How does SECR move you closer to Net Zero?
SECR often forms the carbon baseline and the foundation of our strategy work. SECR is often used as a building tool for Net Zero Strategies, but our consultants also consider its long-term potential to customers by prioritising continual measurement, which looks at performance in absolute terms.
How we can help
We support our customers with all their compliance needs and an easy-to-read progress dashboard.
Our SECR customers also get access to our cutting-edge Net Zero Hub, so you can analyse your consumption patterns, track your recommendations and report on your progress. This makes it very easy and simple to map your unique pathway, manage your journey and achieve significant results.