Happy Birthday, CCL!
Posted on 5th April 2021
Climate Change Levy (CCL) was introduced in 2001 under the Finance Act 2001 for non-domestic organisations. It is one of the longest running energy based policies to date. CCL was initially offset by a reduction in National Insurance contributions for businesses and was launched to encourage them to operate in a more environmentally friendly way. The levy is applied to electricity, gas, liquid petroleum gas (LPG) and solid fuels. However, exemptions for supplies from certain energy sources apply.
It's World Cogeneration Day
Posted on 4th September 2020
It is probably something you weren’t aware even existed but world cogeneration day is slowly gaining traction.
Budget Briefing Update – 16th March 2020
Posted on 16th March 2020
Changes to the Climate Change Levy (CCL) main rates from 1st April 2020 will be accompanied by changes to the reduced rates for participants in the Climate Change Agreement (CCA) scheme. The reduced rate changes aim to limit the change in CCL liability for CCA participants to broadly RPI only.
The Elephant in the Room is Getting Bigger
Posted on 6th March 2019
In less than a month, one of the UK’s biggest energy taxes is set to increase by around 51% compared to 2018/2019 rates.