Climate Change Agreements scheme extension and reforms

12 May 2020

UK Government are seeking views on a proposed extension to the climate change agreements (CCA) scheme, and on potential reforms were there to be a future CCA scheme.  The consultation is open until the 1th June. members are invited to send their comments to by the 9th of June. 

The Climate Change Agreements (CCA) scheme, first established in 2001, serves the dual purpose of making energy and carbon savings through energy-efficiency targets whilst also helping to reduce energy costs in energy-intensive sectors by providing a significant discount to Climate Change Levy (CCL) paid. The targets provide a basis on which organisations can make improvements to the energy-efficiency of their facilities over an 8 year period, ensuring their contribution to UK-wide goals, in return for a discount worth in total an estimated £300m annually on their Climate Change Levy bills.

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