CCA User Group

The Climate Change Agreement (CCA) User Group is for representatives of companies who have successfully signed up to the Climate Change Agreement.

Early stage activities of this group focused on the many questions generated by the registration process as companies familiarised themselves with the scheme. As scheme engagement matures, the focus has moved to reviewing the impacts of the scheme on operators, how it is changing behaviour and identifying barriers to implementing efficiency measures. Two reports have been published with input from this group: in 2014 we produced a First Findings Report that reviewed the registration process and in November 2015 we produced a report of sector progress against our first target under the scheme (see link below).  This group is open to techUK members, as well as to non-members provided they are data centre CCA participants.

Company representatives who successfully achieve the CCA will automatically be placed on this group.

CCA First Findings report - Download

CCA First Target report - download

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