CCCA’s energy data reporting cycle is now open. Businesses, third sector organisations and schools with sites based in the borough are able to report energy and sustainability data. By reporting you will be contributing to the 2021 CCCA annual report, where we collectively disclose member carbon emissions and reductions.
This makes the CCCA and its members accountable and more importantly, it provides members with the evidence to continue building their business cases towards their environmental commitments. See examples of our past Annual Reports
Data provided should be consistent with your organisation previous periods. This round data accepted will be 2020-21 financial year or 2020 calendar year.
The CCCA brings together businesses and organisations in the borough who want to tackle climate change. In 2020 members who reported their emissions to us saw an average reduction of 23% over the previous year.
Benefits of annual reporting include:
- Reaffirming your organisation’s on-going commitment to improving performance to stakeholders and clients
- Identifying areas where further energy efficiency improvements can be made in your organisation
- Tracking progress and accessing the CCCA Carbon Certification Scheme
The reporting deadline is 31 January 2022. Please complete our energy reporting form online (link below).
To apply you will need to have your annual electricity, gas, and potentially other fuel consumption data such as petrol/diesel available. Organisations submitting their annual energy consumption data will automatically be assessed for our free Carbon Certification scheme.
For directions on how to report your energy data, see our guidance: CCCA Guide_2021 Annual Energy Data Reporting. Use the ONLINE REPORTING FORM or contact us for a different format. REPORTING CLOSES 31 JANUARY 2022.
If you have any questions regarding reporting, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org