CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme: annual report publication
CRC annual report publications for phase 1 and 2.
CRC: participants’ annual report data
The CRC energy efficiency scheme annual report publication (ARP) provides information about participant organisations. This includes information about their organisation type, CO2 emissions and renewable energy use.
The information is compiled from data submitted by participants at registration and during annual reporting phases. Phase 1 ran from April 2010 until the end of March 2014 and phase 2 runs from 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2019.
The ARP format was introduced for the 2012 to 2013 reporting year and replaces the performance league tables (PLT). Removal of the PLT was part of the government’s simplification of the CRC scheme.
The ARP is broken down into 2 parts:
- a spreadsheet of information about individual participant organisations including organisation type, energy use and CO2 emissions
- a report that provides context for the spreadsheet and includes the total CO2 emissions and energy use reported by CRC participants
They are based on the information entered into the CRC registry at the end of July for each compliance year, when participants submit their annual report. Reporting errors corrected before 31 October of the same year are also included in the publication.
See the ARPs for:
CRC: performance league tables
PLTs were published for the 2010 to 2011 and 2011 to 2012 compliance years and ranked participants according to their energy efficiency performance against a range of metrics.
Published: 18 March 2014
Updated: 31 January 2017
- Added link to 2014/15 and 2015/16 annual report publication.
- Added link to 2014 ARP.
- First published.
From: Environment Agency
Related guides: CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme: account or organisation changes CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme: allowances CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme: annual reporting CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme: evidence, audits and penalties CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme: qualification and registration