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  • Start Date: 10 Jul 2012
  • End Date: 10 Jul 2012
  • Venue:
    CIBSE
    222 Balham High Road
    London
    SW12 9BS
  • Rates:
    • CIBSE members rate £ 316.60 (£ 263.83 ex. VAT)
    • Non members rate £ 337.02 (£ 280.85 ex. VAT)
    • Special rate for HB £ 294.00 (£ 245 ex. VAT)

A834 The Carbon Reduction Commitment

Key Areas

  • The background to the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme
  • CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme timeline - what should be done by when
  • How the commitment will affect your business
  • How to improve your CRC league table position year on year

Course Content

The carbon reduction commitment (CRC) currently known as the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme is set to have a wide reaching impact on all stakeholders involved in the energy and environmental market, from end users to consultants and other service provides.

The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme is a mandatory emissions trading scheme that will deliver energy and carbon reductions in large, not energy intensive organisations. Organisations with total electricity consumption through Half Hourly Meters greater than 6,000MWh in 2008 will be affected.

The course aims to provide a detailed overview to the legislative requirement in addition to covering the practicalities of reporting, giving examples of how wider issues will affect end users and the way service providers operate.

This course includes the detailed practicalities of carbon footprinting and extending this to create a wider strategy.

Session One

Introduction, background, inclusions and implications

Session Two

Reporting format, league table structure, phase 1 and phase 2 of the scheme

Session Three

Practical approaches including examples

Session Four

Reduction examples and effect

Session Five

Wider carbon management opportunities

Why should you attend?

  • Understand the rules and methodology behind the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme
  • Understand the implications for your organisation or your clients
  • Gain a detailed understanding of the reporting requirements
  • Learn of methods and ways to improve league table position

Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of this course you will be able to:-

  • List the CRC qualification criteria
  • Define the organisational boundaries for CRC
  • Recall the methods of enforcement and penalties under CRC
  • Demonstrate how a Carbon Footprint is developed
  • List and explain the content of the reports and evidence packs

Who should attend

The course should be attended by both building owners and occupiers and those involved directly or indirectly in the management of buildings. The content of the course will appeal to specialists in Energy Management, Facilities Management, Estates Management whilst also relevant to General Management and Financial Controllers.

Course timings

Registration and coffee will be at 09.30
Course will start at 10.00 and finish at 17.00

Trainer - Adrian Sweetman