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Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) - The CRC is the primary carbon management policy affecting the UK's largest firms. It requires large energy users to measure and report on their energy use and pay a levy based on their related greenhouse gas emissions. Intended as a means to incentivise firms to improve their energy efficiency it has been criticised by some business groups as a "stealth tax".

Latest - Carbon Reduction Commitment

Manufacturers urge Chancellor to slash carbon policy costs

EEF sets out policy wishlist ahead of Chancellor's Autumn Statement next month

Have your say 19 Nov 2013

Inenco Group snapped up by new investors

Investors acquire leading energy efficiency consultancy, hint at future acquisition programme

Have your say 17 Jul 2013

How to develop a green flexible working strategy - part two

BusinessGreen Plus explores how a business can create a new culture that embraces greener forms of flexible working

Have your say 28 Mar 2013

Businesses call for action as new figures reveal impact of climate policies

Government insists package of support measures could offset up to half of the cost of green surcharge on energy bills

Have your say 27 Mar 2013

How to develop a green flexible working strategy: part one

Allowing employees to work from home and on the move can deliver significant environmental savings for your business. BusinessGreen Plus investigates

Have your say 27 Mar 2013

Exclusive: DECC debuts solar windows as Climate Minister defends department’s efficiency record

DECC confirms it has installed solar film windows, as Greg Barker admits department "could do more" following drop down CRC league table

Have your say 05 Mar 2013

CRC champion BAM slams league table sham

Construction companies admit huge carbon reductions are largely caused by nature of recently scrapped fuel reporting rules

2 comments Have your say 26 Feb 2013

Updated: Manchester United crash down the CRC league table

Bam Group, Motorola and Skanska top final edition of the CRC league table

2 comments Have your say 26 Feb 2013

Delayed CRC league table to be published next week

Environment Agency has told businesses to expect final ranking next Tuesday

Have your say 18 Feb 2013

CRC league table faces delay as businesses struggle with carbon data

Thousands of companies are still waiting to hear their CRC ranking after a large number of participants filed the wrong data

Have your say 01 Feb 2013

Government: Simplified CRC will save businesses £272m by 2030

Proposals to scrap league table and reduce reporting obligations confirmed, but fears grow that plan to scrap tax element will 'undermine' investment

1 comments Have your say 10 Dec 2012

Autumn Statement: Businesses call for clarity as CRC avoids the chop

Carbon Reduction Commitment to be simplified but controversial Performance League Table will be scrapped from 2013

1 comments Have your say 05 Dec 2012

Government set to simplify Carbon Reduction Commitment

Chancellor likely to avoid scrapping CRC in Autumn Statement, while expected new gas strategy could pave the way for shale tax breaks

1 comments Have your say 03 Dec 2012

In the Green Room with Grant Thornton's Jane Stevensen

The consultancy's new head of sustainability reveals why she loves helping businesses realise the benefits of going green

Have your say 26 Nov 2012

Manufacturers urge government to streamline green policies

Industry body calls on government to clean up "confused and cluttered" environmental policy landscape

Have your say 30 Jul 2012

Manchester United scores hat-trick of green management goals

Football club awarded ISO20121 standard ahead of Olympic Games

Have your say 26 Jul 2012

Government policies 'will fail' to deliver bulk of energy-efficiency potential

McKinsey & Co report commissioned by DECC calls for stronger energy-efficiency policies for industry and building sectors

1 comments Have your say 17 Jul 2012

A solution to the CRC stand-off?

Why don't we keep the CRC, but scrap the stealth tax element?

3 comments Have your say 10 Jul 2012

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