At G13+, we help companies develop their environmental strategy through climate-related reporting to meet ambitious business goals and demonstrate a commitment towards climate action and sustainable development
Why do you need a climate strategy?
Mandatory Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting
As of 1 April 2019, large UK companies and LLP’s are required to publicly disclose annual figures of their energy use and carbon emissions in their annual Directors’ Report.
SECR regulation includes companies that exceed two or more of the following criteria:
£36m annual turnover
£18m total balance sheet
Voluntary Reporting & Disclosures
Choose from an array of voluntary reporting frameworks and scoring models as best fits your business model
Gain a competitive advantage through climate leadership, reputation & brand loyalty
Improve confidence and transparency between customers, investors and other stakeholders
Achieve more ambitious business aims by incorporating environmental strategy into your business management
Early adopters become better prepared for future regulation
Encourage positive environmental behaviours from other companies
WHY PREPARE VOLUNTARILY?
More companies will be falling under regulation as they continue to grow or requirements begin to change.
All private sector organisations who are outside the scope of SECR regulation, as well as public companies who are approaching the required thresholds for compliance, are therefore encouraged to begin voluntarily reporting.
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