Energy Intensive Industries (EIIs), are some of the most difficult sectors to decarbonise. They are also facing rising energy costs due to increases in green levies and taxation as part of the government’s drive to reduce emissions and hit net zero.
As well as experiencing high energy prices, for many businesses in these sectors, this means they are often unable to remain competitive, particularly with their European counterparts.
As a result, the government has introduced an exemption for certain eligible energy intensive industries. These include:
- Renewable Obligation (RO), Feed in Tariff (FiT), Contract for Difference (CfD) Exemption, and Emissions Trading Scheme and Carbon Price Support Compensation
- Mineralogical and Metallurgical Climate Change Levy (CCL) Exemption
- Climate Change Agreements (CCA)
An expert approach to securing eligibility
However, it is not always straightforward to assess eligibility, meaning many EII businesses are missing out on significant savings.
Envantage’s team of experts has proven experience in securing qualification for these schemes, resulting in major savings for our clients, even in the most complex of circumstances.
Working closely with you, we can quickly assess your requirements, demonstrate eligibility, maximise savings and secure discounts for your business – often where others have tried and failed before.
Envantage carried out eligibility assessments, data management, calculations and all of the reporting required within the compensation and exemption schemes relating to the Renewables Obligation (RO) and Feed-In Tariff (FIT) charges, under the Electricity Market Reform.