SECR is a new set of regulations introduced in April 2019 which requires businesses that qualify to include their annual submissions on energy use and carbon emissions in their in their directors report filed with Companies House.
But for those who are new to these regulations, what exactly is SECR and how will it affect your company?
Download our SECR briefing summary and get the answers to the following questions:
What are SECR's criteria? Is your company affected by SECR, and if so, what are the exemptions?
How does SECR compare with other measures you may already be familiar with, such as ESOS and CRC?
If you are affected, what are the reporting requirements you need to know?
What are Ricardo's recommendations steps to take to ensure compliance?
- What are some of the most common (and useful) questions we have received from the companies we havs supported?
- How can Ricardo support your company with SECR?