From April 2019, large companies have a duty to prepare a mandatory energy and carbon report at the end of the reporting year.
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Which regulations requires the carbon report?
The Energy and Carbon report will be a public document and required at the year end by ‘The Companies (Directors’ Report) and Limited Liability Partnerships (Energy and Carbon Report) Regulations 2018’
Which organisations do the regulations apply to?
The regulations apply to companies and Limited liability partnerships (LLPs) which are deemed as large under the companies act 2006 – where two or more of the following is relevant:
- More than 250 employees
- An annual turnover greater than £36m
- An annual balance sheet greater than £18m
Large companies that consume less than 40,000 kWh of energy in the United Kingdom during the period in respect of which the directors’ report is prepared do not need to produce a carbon report. Non-disclosure may also be possible if the disclosure would, in the opinion of the directors, be seriously prejudicial to the interests of the company, and the report states that the information is not disclosed for that reason.