- Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
- Part of:
- CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and Energy demand reduction in industry, business and the public sector
- 12 October 2017
A report examining the cost of compliance on CRC organisations and how this could be simplified.
Assessment of costs to UK participants of compliance with Phase 2 of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme
PDF, 1.88MB, 75 pages
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The overarching objectives of this study were to:
- identify the types and amounts of administrative costs associated with participating in phase 2 of the CRC
- quantify the administrative time and costs incurred as a result of being required to comply with the policy, providing transparent and robust cost estimates for the first year of phase 2 Introduction
- to understand participants’ views about the scheme, and understand the value of mandatory energy and carbon reporting with board/senior management sign-off – to help inform policy development.
This study was concerned with administrative costs and did not attempt to identify or quantify costs such as CRC payments.
Published: 12 October 2017