Getting to grips with SECR

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The government’s new Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) obligation is now live, so eligible businesses need to start preparing to comply. To help you make sense of what is required – and how you can use SECR to your advantage – Phil Griffiths shares useful insights and provides clarity on some potentially confusing elements.

Guide Contents

  1. SECR recap
  2. SECR reporting – what you need to include
  3. Four ways to make the most of SECR
  4. SECR in six steps

"SECR applies to both quoted and unquoted companies, and while some of the reporting requirements are the same, there are also specific criteria for each."

Phil Griffiths,

Low Carbon and Behaviour Change Manager,

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