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The Climate Change Levy (CCL) is an energy tax to encourage business users to become more energy efficient, and to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions. By opting to use energy from a low CO2 source – such as wind, solar, geothermal, landfill gas or Good Quality CHP (Combined Heat and Power) – gives you exemption from the levy.
An energy tax for businesses using 33kWh of power or 145kWh of gas a day.
It can be avoided by adding our CCL exempt product to your power account.
If you are a larger organisation and part of a Climate Change Agreement through a trade body, you can get CCL relief.
Find the latest CCL rates on the HMRC website.
For responsibly sourced energy, take a look at our CCL exempt product.
Unnatural emissions of CO2 are considered to be a major contributor to climate change.
You must have the correct meter types and cable/pipe work capacity.
The legal requirements and obligations you may need to be aware of and meet.
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