Introduced by the Companies (Directors’ Report) and Limited Liability Partnerships (Energy and Carbon Report) Regulations 2018, the SECR regime is a complex and comprehensive new corporate reporting regime that requires relevant UK organisations to report on their annual energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, energy efficiency measures and other associated information. While some companies that fall under the scope of the SECR regime may already report on emissions, a number of the reporting requirements will be completely new. It is therefore important that companies take the time to understand whether the SECR regime will apply and ensure the appropriate internal frameworks are in place for compliance.
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Home Perspectives New corporate reporting regime in the UK – will the SECR regime apply to your organisation?
This client alert provides a brief summary on the commencement of the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting regime which has introduced mandatory corporate reporting obligations for relevant UK companies.
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