SECR requirements: Just a load of hot air?

Posted in Sustainability, Reporting on 4 September 2019 By Dan Jones, Senior Consultant

On the 1st April 2019, the UK government introduced a new carbon reporting requirement that applies to nearly 12,000 UK companies. Although you may be aware of it, the legislation has slipped under the radar for many.

The Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting legislation forms part of the UK government’s ambitions to cut national greenhouse gas emissions in the UK to almost zero by 2050. Of note, the legislation sets out specific reporting requirements for quoted companies (main market listed) and new requirements for large private businesses, AIM listed companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs).

In this guide, we outline exactly what your company will need to report, plus what you should be doing to prepare and how Emperor can help.

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