Guide to the Carbon Reduction Scheme

Trend Control Systems has prepared a short guide to the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme — the mandatory carbon-emissions trading scheme that comes into effect from April 2010. It will affect around 5000 large energy-using organisations consuming more than 6000 MWh of half-hourly metered electricity in a year, representing an annual electricity bill of about £500 000.

The guide outlines the requirements of the CRC, how it will be administered and how to set about meeting its requirements.

 

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