CRC Participant Update - May 2011

27th May 2011


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Tips on Reporting

When you submit your reports you may find it helpful to note the following:

  • Your annual and footprint reports need to be submitted by 29th July 2011. We recommend that you make sure the necessary data is correct and ready to be submitted ahead of this date;
  • There is a free text box for the annual report which will let you enter comments that you feel are relevant to your submission. Please note that any comments entered will appear as a visible public statement on the PLT and you won’t be able to change these once it has been published;
  • The CRC Registry does not recognise decimal places so you should only include whole numbers;
  • Core electricity figures are to be reported in kWh rather than MWh, 1 MWh = 1000 kWh. This is the opposite to Registration;
  • If you have 100% mandatory AMR coverage then you will score 50% in the AMR element of the Early Action Metric. You should therefore enter 50% when prompted to do so at the Early Action Metric (EAM) section of the Annual Report. Further information on the EAM and other metrics can be found on the Environment Agency website.

Keeping your contact details up to date

Please ensure you keep your contact details up to date in the CRC Registry. This will help us to get in touch with the right people if we need to. Any amendments can easily be made in the Manage Contacts Details section in your CRC Registry account. See our guidance on using your CRC account for how to do this.

Contact the CRC Team at [email protected]

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