The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme
The CRC is the UK's mandatory climate change and energy efficiency scheme. Formerly known as the Carbon Reduction Commitment, the CRC came into force on April 1st 2010. Any business who purchases energy on the half hourly market will have responsibilities under the scheme. The CRC will have a significant impact on those in the real estate sector, particularly now that revenue recycling has been withdrawn, including
JLL has over ten years of experience in helping companies to develop and implement Energy Management strategies. Our team comprises professionals whose expertise lie in Energy Management.
JLL can work with you to prepare your business for the CRC, helping you to effectively: PLAN to ensure compliance and manage cashflow. MONITOR energy use to ensure accurate data reporting and carbon allowance purchases. MAXIMISE energy efficiency, to improve league table rankings, =, reduced energy bills and enhanced public profile. In addition to supporting companies to comply with the CRC, we can also provide a suite of Energy Management services including:
Government's spending reviewFollowing the changes outlined in the Spending Review, JLL are monitoring the changes and implications on the real estate sector closely. If you would like to speak to a member of our team, please call us on 020 7399 5482.
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There are no significant changes to the CRC registry’s interface from last year.
The Performance League Table will no longer be published, but you will still be able to enter your relevant financial turnover figure. Entering this information is voluntary.
The window for registration for Phase 2 will be from November this year to end of January 2014. All existing participants will need to confirm qualification and any new participants will need to register.
Qualification is based on half hourly meter consumption in 2012/13 and the threshold remains at 6,000 MWh, the same as Phase 1. This applies to the organisation structure as at 31 March 2013. Click here for more information.
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