Time to get serious about carbon and energy data

Many organisations still use ad hoc methods to track and report their energy use and carbon emissions. With serious penalties and costs at stake, this is no longer tenable.

Few business and public sector organisations are prepared for the rigorous reporting and audit requirements that will apply when carbon pricing starts on 1 July.

The new tax will also bite into profits by adding to already rising power prices and supply chain costs, and toughen competition for our energy intensive and trade exposed industries.


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