Jamie Huard blogs for Charity Finance on Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) policy

Prior to this year’s submission deadline, Jamie Huard has written an explainer for charitable companies detailing what is required of them under the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) policy.

Following a summary of why the policy was introduced and what its possible benefits are, Jamie addresses some key questions often asked by charities about this policy, which include:

  • Who needs to report;
  • What specifically is required of charities;
  • What possible next steps organisations can take once they’ve familiarised themselves with the policy’s requirements.

Jamie also delves into some of the ways in which charities can remain on the right side of the policy, especially with respect to how energy saving devices can be used in their premises to maximise energy efficiency.

To check out the rest of this technical briefing, click here to access the (paywalled) online version of this piece.

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