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Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC Scheme) Services

How Does the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC Scheme) Work?

CRC SchemeThe Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme is a mandatory carbon taxation scheme in the UK for large non-energy intensive organisations introduced in April 2010.

The CRC applies to organisations with half-hourly metered electricity consumption greater than 6,000 MWh per year (circa £500K). It affects up to 4,000 commercial and public sector organisations including retail and hotel chains, banks, local authorities, central government and health authorities.

Participants in CRC are required to complete Annual Report submissions (to a deadline), maintain an auditable CRC Evidence Pack and pay for CRC emissions (to deadlines).

About TEAM’s Carbon Reduction Commitment experts

TEAM’s Energy Consultants are ideally placed to support you during the various phases of the CRC Scheme from data collation, the production of Annual Reports and evidence packs, forecasting emissions, preparing for audit and buying and selling of credits.

The TEAM Energy Carbon Reduction Commitment Consultancy and Outsourced Bill Validation Service can help carry out the work required for CRC compliance. Alternatively, the TEAM Sigma software can be utilised by organisations to carry out this work themselves. Our service is totally flexible and we can support you as much or as little as you choose.

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How Can TEAM Help?

At TEAM we support our customers throughout the whole, or a selected part of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC Scheme) Energy Efficiency Scheme process. This can include:

TEAM also offers CRC Software for organisations who wish to manage their own CRC data and produce their own Annual Reports.

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TEAM has supported us throughout the whole process of complying with the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and are committed in helping us reduce our energy consumption and costs. We are very happy with TEAM’s service and would highly recommend them.

Teesside University
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