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Companies need to prepare for Streamline Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR

11 May 2020

To comply with SECR companies with financial year starting in April 2019 will need start preparing to report their total energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in their next annual report

In April 2019 there were significant changes to the legislation governing Environmental Reporting. From 1 April 2019 the Streamline Energy and Carbon Reporting legislation requires listed companies (of any size), large unquoted companies (including charitable companies) and large Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) to report their Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and energy consumption through their annual reports.

To qualify as large under SECR a company must meet two or more of the following •Turnover £36 million or more • Balance sheet total £18 million or more • Number of employees 250 or more If your financial year started on 1 April 2019 you now need to prepare to report your total GHG emissions and energy consumption in your annual report.

During the coronavirus lockdown we can work remotely with you to prepare the data for your report We work with clients to set up an efficient annual environmental reporting methodology that includes • identifying all energy consumption by end use • a bespoke spreadsheet to accept energy input data for all uses • automatic calculation of total energy and GHG emissions • calculation of intensity ratio(s) • identify energy saving measures in current financial year.

Qualifying organisations will need to complete an environmental report as part of their annual report for the first financial year after 1 April 2020

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