CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme — amendments made
The CRC is now in its second phase (renamed the initial phase). The government continues to tweak the scheme in order to simplify it and respond to some of the participants’ concerns.
The latest changes, which came into effect on 1 April 2014, address the following areas:
Self-supplied renewable electricity
Consumption of energy from supplies that meet the definition of self-supplied renewable electricity will be reported against a zero-emissions conversion factor, provided other government support (such as renewables obligation certificates or Feed-in Tariff scheme payments) has not been received for the same supply…
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