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The Hub’s editor in chief hand-picks a selection of articles that are must reads for the energy and compliance professional.

Scope 3 emissions frequently asked questions: What are they? Why do they matter? Find out in our Scope 3 emissions FAQs.

Scope 3 emissions: your frequently asked questions

Scope 3 emissions: your frequently asked questions UK businesses are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of Scope 3 emissions – at least, that’s if...

Six months on: are Johnson’s Conservatives keeping their green election promises?

Six months on: are Johnson’s Conservatives keeping their green election promises? “If there is a majority of Conservative MPs on December 13th, I guarantee I...
Low carbon commute: Businesses that want to do more than the minimum can start measuring the carbon emissions associated with getting to work.

How COVID-19 has brought us the low-carbon commute

How COVID-19 has brought us the low-carbon commute “Bomb us with bicycles...The £80bn projected to be spent on the HS2 rail linkcould buy every adult...

UK companies are investing more in energy efficiency projects, according to new report

Bloomberg and EEVSs September Energy Efficiency Trends report is live. The results indicate a positive upward trajectory for the energy efficiency sector, as well...

Exclusive: EA publishes ESOS list of non-compliant companies

The Hub can exclusively reveal the government has published a summary of penalties imposed on companies non-compliant with the Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS). The...

SECR: streamlined for success or a complexity nightmare?

We've heard a lot recently on how the UK requires streamlined green reporting, in order to reduce burdens on business and build the carbon...

Carbon tax burden ‘post-CRC’: a brief overview

The carbon tax transition – from CRC plus CCL, to (a higher rate of) CCL only – takes place from April 2019. As ever,...

Pressure and time: set your alerts now to make the most of SECR

One of the most pertinent questions permeating today's business community is this; 'How can I set up to react to carbon reporting in a...

A golden opportunity: why SECR spells business success

When new regulations appear, the response of the business sector can be to bemoan additional workloads, potential extra costs or worrying punitive elements associated...

CRC payments: a sting in the tail

One note of caution when arranging your post-CRC finances. CRC, as a tax, ends from the 1st of April, 2019 – although in practical terms,...

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