April 13th, 2013 by Spicer & Partners Guernsey LLP
John Stephens, Partner of Spicer & Partners Guernsey LLP, writes “organisations holding UK properties under trust are going to have to consider whether they need to register under the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme as a CRC Participant. This is a mandatory scheme and failure to comply can result in enforcement notices or civil penalties. Energy [...]
March 19th, 2012 by Vicky Kenrick
Overall energy prices, boosted by tensions in the Middle East, jumped 2.6% in January 2012. Concerns about supply disruptions resulting from any possible military confrontation between Iran and the West have also pushed up prices recently. This is one of many developments that have lead to a call for business to be more decisive and [...]
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, [...]
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.