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Two separate but similar government schemes are available to help Energy Intensive Industries (EIIs) stay competitive as our economy transitions to net zero by 2050 and keep the UK as an attractive option for energy intensive investors (especially with...
SECR: What’s the difference between reporting requirements for quoted and unquoted companies? Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) requirements cover quoted companies, large unquoted companies and large Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPS) – but the rules are different depending on your...
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 the number of queries on the topic received by the Hub is anything to go...
SECR: Do I need to report on emissions from home working? Coronavirus has created the World’s largest work-from-home experiment, and it’s likely to change working habits in the longer term too. In a recent survey, 94% of HR and Talent...
What is a SECR intensity ratio? Companies complying with Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting must include at least one intensity ratio in their report. An intensity ratio is a way of defining your emissions data in relation to an appropriate business...
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