The aim of SECR is to further incentivise the improvement of energy efficiency and the reduction of carbon emissions. It’s also hoped that the scheme will reduce some of the administrative burden of overlapping legislation.

Similar qualification criteria to ESOS will apply and SECR will be introduced from April 2019 to coincide with the end of the current CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme.

EIC can help you comply

The detailed guidance for SECR will soon be published. EIC can assist with compliance as well as providing bespoke reporting to ensure that you have real visibility of your energy and carbon emissions both at organisational and site level.

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