CRC study reveals greater action on energy and carbon

A third of CRC participants have taken more ambitious measures on enhancing energy efficiency and carbon reduction than outside the scheme

A DECC-commissioned study has found strong evidence that most participants in phase 1 of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme from 2010 have been influenced to take additional action on monitoring and enhancing energy efficiency and carbon emissions reduction.

More than two-thirds of energy managers reported energy efficiency had increased compared to 2010, the first year of the CRC.

The single most important driver was rising energy prices, but the report notes that government carbon schemes, including the CRC, were also cited as drivers by more than half of all respondents.

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