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Carbon Reduction Commitment


The Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) is a mandatory emissions trading scheme which aims to improve energy efficiency and reduce the amount of CO2 emitted in the UK. The legally-binding CRC – which forms part of a wider European initiative to cut carbon emissions – was initiated in the 2007 Energy White Paper. The scheme is administered by the Environment Agency.


The best way to benefit from participation in the CRC is to deliver reductions in CO2 emissions. By acting early, implementing energy efficiency measures and minimising carbon emissions, an organisation has the best chance of capitalising on the significant financial and reputational benefits.

UPL can help you meet your CRC obligations by:
• Evaluating whether you will be affected by the CRC
• Developing a CRC compliance strategy appropriate to your organisation
• Calculating your carbon footprint
• Assessing compliance costs
• Helping you to achieve the early action measures necessary for optimum league table performance – including installation of smart metering, achieving the Carbon Trust Standard and producing an ongoing energy management plan.

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