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Organisations engaged in the initiative

Resources & Documents

ACT Auto

This document presents the ACT assessment methodology for the automobile manufacturers.

It includes the rationales, definitions, indicators and guidance for the sector-specific aspects of performance, narrative and trend scorings.

ACT Electricity

This document presents the ACT assessment methodology for the Electric Utilities (EU) sector.

It includes the rationales, definitions, indicators and guidance for the sector-specific aspects of performance, narrative and trend scorings.

ACT Retail

This document presents the ACT assessment methodology for the retail sector.

It includes the rationales, definitions, indicators and guidance for the sector-specific aspects of performance, narrative and trend scorings.

ACT Executive Summary

This is an executive summary of findings from the ACT pilot project, including an introduction to the project and its approach, findings from the development of three sector-specific methodologies, and an indication of the next steps for ACT.

ACT Pilot Full Report

More information on both the project process and results.

ACT Pilot Consulation

Summary of the ACT-Assessing low carbon Transition® pilot public consultation.

Road test with French Companies

Reporting on the ACT- Assessing low Carbon Transition® road-test with French SMEs and Mid-cap companies. The companies low-carbon strategies performance were assessed against the national scenario (SNBC).

The ACT Framework

This document presents the generic ACT framework. It includes requirements, rationales and guidance for assessment and rating for all sectors. It enables a deeper understanding of the underlying architecture and reasoning behind the ACT approach; however, it does not provide the details required to understand how individual sectors will be assessed under ACT. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the ACT sector methodologies to supplement them and give the necessary background to their development.

ACT Technical Working Group's Terms of Reference