As part of your compliance requirements under the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, you will need to record and report on your organisation's carbon emissions.
This will help us to monitor and verify your compliance and performance.
Using the links on this page you will be able to access comprehensive guidance and useful tools to help you report correctly.
The following document highlights common errors which participants have been making when submitting their Footprint and Annual Reports. We would advise you to read this document before submitting your reports so that you do not make the same mistakes:
The source list is a spreadsheet which will assist you, as a CRC participant, with energy data management for CRC
The evidence pack is the collection of records you must keep to show you have complied with the CRC. This guide explains how to set up and maintain your evidence pack.
An explanation of the supplies and emissions participants of the CRC will need to report on and how to submit your footprint report using the CRC Registry.
This is a summary of your organisation’s CRC emissions. You will have calculated the scope of your CRC emissions as part of your footprint report and you will then report on your actual CRC emissions after the end of each annual reporting year.
Guidance for organisations that generate electricity from renewable or non-renewable sources and how to account for this under CRC.
How to decide if you need a residual measurement list and how to prepare and submit it.
You may need to use conversion factors to change your quantity of a particular fuel supply into the CRC standard unit. You will need to do this to fulfil your reporting obligations under CRC.
Where to find out which schemes are considered by the CRC administrator to be equivalent schemes to the Carbon Trust Standard.
In order to ensure the integrity of the CRC and to create a level playing field for all participants, we will periodically audit participants' records.
Frequently asked questions
If you have a question on any aspect of reporting, please see the relevant frequently asked questions page: