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Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) checker

Does your business need to comply with Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting?

At Inspired, we’ve been putting a lot of effort into helping businesses to understand SECR and what’s required of them to comply.

Do you need to comply?

What is SECR?

Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) is a mandatory annual requirement for around 12,000 UK organisations, designed to help increase awareness of energy costs and provide data to adopt energy efficient measures to reduce climate change.

SECR reporting can even help form part of your net-zero strategy.

The regulations are enforced by the department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) who apply financial penalties for organisations that fail to submit the report, miss the deadline or report inaccurately.

What it means for your business

For a lot of businesses this report can be seen as an administrative burden and a compliance exercise, but with our help it can become your first step towards net-zero.

Our SECR service can help you:

  • Raise awareness of how and when energy is used
  • Reduce energy bills
  • Increase transparency for investors
  • Reduce administrative burdens
  • Form part of your net-zero strategy

We have a team of experts on hand to talk through the criteria and discuss how we can help take away the administrative burden and ensure you get the most out of this report.

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