The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC) is a new mandatory carbon emissions reduction scheme.
It has been designed to improve energy efficiency and reduce the CO2 emissions of large organisations in both the public and private sector. The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme forms a key part of the Government strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by the year 2050.
The Introductory Phase of CRC commenced on 1st April 2010, with participating businesses required to accurately record and report all their CO2 emissions and purchase allowances for them. Additionally, your organisation will appear in an annually published league table showing your performance compared with other organisations.
If you are a CRC Participant, ScottishPower are committed to ensuring you receive all the consumption data you require for your CRC reporting. If you have any questions about the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and how it affects your business, or you wish to request a CRC Annual Statement, please email our CRC Helpdesk.
You can elect to receive regular updates from ScottishPower regarding the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme by emailing our CRC Helpdesk using the subject header ‘CRC Updates’.
For further information on the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, visit the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) Website (this link will open in a new window). You might also find the following useful.