Tag Archive for 'Carbon Reduction Commitment'

Beneficial to integrate sustainability into SMEs’ core business strategy

March 29th, 2013 by HW Fisher & Company

These days, the word ‘sustainability’ is ubiquitous, appearing on corporate agendas, in government policy and across current affairs. Despite this, it is a term that is still often fundamentally misunderstood and therefore often avoided as a concept. Sustainability is coming to everyday business and mainstream accountancy. It is to be embraced and not feared. Small […]

CBI Director General says everyone needs to go green

July 5th, 2012 by Confederation of British Industry

John Cridland, the CBI’s Director-General, called on politicians to adopt a smarter, more consistent approach to energy and climate change policy during the launch of the CBI report, The colour of growth: maximising the potential of green business. New research by the UK’s leading business group shows that the UK has the ability to become […]

UK’s CRC league table provides benchmark against which to measure future carbon emissions

November 8th, 2011 by KPMG

Commenting on the UK government’s first CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme league table, published on 8 November 2011, Vincent Neate, head of KPMG’s UK Climate Change & Sustainability practice, said “while it was always going to be an imperfect measure, due to the limited scope of the metrics available for such a diverse range of participants, […]

Carbon Reduction Commitment clock ticking for UK companies to avoid penalties

April 28th, 2011 by PwC

UK companies could add between five to eleven percent to their energy bills if they don’t submit their first Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) report right first time, according to analysis by PwC of the potential costs of business getting their reporting wrong.

Carbon Reduction Commitment: UK energy efficiency scheme takes effect on 1 April; organisations urged to consider the impact of carbon levy

March 30th, 2011 by KPMG

Energy usage from 1 April determines size of carbon levy in the UK KPMG encourages participants to account for carbon costs Four months to submit accurate energy evidence packs and avoid penalties April 1st is the start date for a UK levy on carbon, impacting on the 3,000 UK businesses and organisations participating in the […]