Do you qualify for CRC Phase 2? Register soon to avoid a fine
The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme is a UK government initiative to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from organisations meeting certain qualification criteria. If an organisation meets the criteria, it must participate in the CRC. The first phase of the scheme runs from April 2010 to the end of March 2014. However, registration for Phase 2 of the CRC scheme is now open.
The fact that an organisation did or did not participate in Phase 1 of the scheme is irrelevant for determining whether it is required to participate in Phase 2.
Organisations that meet the qualification criteria assessed in relation to the period from 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013 will have to participate in Phase 2. If they have qualified, participants have to register in the scheme before 31 January 2014…
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