Views wanted from edie readers on Streamlined Energy and Carbon reporting
edie wants to hear from energy and sustainability professionals about how they are getting to grips with Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR).
The new legislation came into force in April 2019 and affects almost 12,000 businesses across the country. edie now wants to hear from professionals about the framework, how it is impacting their businesses, and what has been done internally to drive forward compliance on the issue.
This quick two-minute survey will inform edie’s future content on SECR, which in turn will help assist energy and sustainability professionals with their SECR-related issues.
The survey follows a popular masterclass on the issue, delivered in association with commercial energy consultants Inspired Energy, which answered many of the pressing questions regarding SECR to the audience.
Inspired Energy is the only Third-Party Intermediary (TPI) that has to comply with SECR. The organisation does not have to report until the beginning of 2021, but is starting its SECR journey early. During the webinar, Inspired Energy representatives spoke about the issues that they face, covering transport data, landlord properties, changing portfolios and global issues.
The webinar itself followed an early edie Explains guide on SECR which was delivered ahead of the implementation of the legislation in April.
This guide, also supported by Inspired Energy, gives a overview of the vital elements that companies need to know regarding the legislation – and how to ensure compliance is achieved.