Monday, 8 August 2011

'Early action' CRC companies 'disadvantaged by AMR'

The Energy Consortium (TEC), which provides procurement services for public sector organisations, said companies were penalised not only because revenue recycling has been scrapped, but also because allowances now have to be purchased for all automated meter readings (AMR). Previously, the CRC allowed up to 10 per cent of emissions to be classified as "residual" emissions, which did not require emissions permits.

TEC's head of carbon advisory service, Brian Hornsby, said "Installing AMRs was marketed as a means to improve ones position in the CRC league table with the prospect of a full or enhanced refund of revenue in the recycling process.

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