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CCL Rates Announced for 2020/2021/2022

CCL Rates Announced for 2020/2021/2022

Posted on 5th November 2018

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The Finance Bill 2019/2020 will continue to re-balance the electricity and gas main rates of CCL to incentivise more efficient energy and carbon savings.

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Putting Energy on the Boardroom Table - Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR)

Putting Energy on the Boardroom Table - Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR)

Posted on 2nd August 2018

When we look at the energy legislation landscape for the UK, we can see its history is not that old. In the last ten to twenty years, we have seen some of the most important legislation come into force and will soon see some of it abolished.

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Climate Change Levy White Paper - An Analysis of 2017/18 vs 2019/20 CCL Rates

Climate Change Levy White Paper - An Analysis of 2017/18 vs 2019/20 CCL Rates

Posted on 6th March 2018

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As we stated in our Energy in 2018 newsletter that we sent out at the beginning of the year: "Energy costs will continue to rise, so it is important now more than ever to put energy in your financial concerns for 2018 and beyond. We cannot stress this enough, especially with Climate Change Levy (CCL) rates on the increase."

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Climate Change Levy/Carbon Price Floor Briefing

Climate Change Levy/Carbon Price Floor Briefing

Posted on 27th November 2017

The Autumn Budget 2017 has announced that the government will set Climate Change Levy (CCL) main rates for the years 2020/2021 and 2021/2022 at the Budget in 2018, with the exception of the rate for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) which will be frozen at the 2019/2020 level.

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Climate Change Levy (CCL) Rates Comparison - 1st April 2017 / 1st April 2019

Climate Change Levy (CCL) Rates Comparison - 1st April 2017 / 1st April 2019

Posted on 28th September 2017

With the scrapping of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), the Government has decided to offset the loss in revenue to the Exchequer by increasing the rates of CCL with effect from the 1st April 2019. Below is a table that shows the current rates and the promulgated increases for the coming years:

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