The Chancellor recently promised to review the business energy regulatory framework and a consultation has been launched to discover the opinions and concerns of British businesses.
In ‘Reforming the business energy efficiency tax landscape’, the Treasury proposes to create a system where a single business or organisation faces one tax and one reporting scheme. In doing so they will abolish the CRC (Carbon Reduction Commitment), the scheme in which large energy users in the public and private sectors are required to buy allowances for every tonne of carbon they emit.
Following the announcement of a review of the business energy efficiency tax landscape at the Summer Budget, this consultation seeks evidence from a number of stakeholders and sets out policy proposals to simplify and improve the effectiveness of the landscape in supporting the Government’s objectives around simplicity, productivity, security of energy supplies and decarbonisation.We would be interested in hearing from:
- representative bodies
- public and third sector organisations
- think tanks
- academics and other interested parties
How Envantage can help
Envantage helps organisations to manage their carbon reduction more efficiently and effectively through a comprehensive portfolio of services. We operate across all sectors throughout the UK, Ireland and Europe, and are a totally independent organisation with a client base of industrial and commercial organisations.
Envantage was incorporated in April 2004 by experienced professionals within the energy supply industry with a vast knowledge of energy procurement, energy efficiency and energy legislation.
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