The Climate Change Agreement (CCA) is a voluntary energy efficiency programme of the UK government. Participants in the program will receive a climate change tax (CDC) rebate in exchange for the agreement, improved energy efficiency and CO2 emission reduction targets. We no longer use forms to process changes, so simply send an email to the support team with the change you want to make and make sure you receive all the information you need to process the change. Climate change agreements are voluntary agreements between UK industry and the Environment Agency to reduce energy consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. In return, operators receive a discount on the Climate Change Levy (CCL), a tax that pays on electricity and fuel bills. The Environment Agency manages the CCA scheme on behalf of the uk as a whole. Interprofessional organizations manage the underlying agreements for companies in their sector. An operator wishing to enter into a CCA must first apply to his inter-profession. An underlying agreement is made by an operator for a site or group of sites within a given sector. It contains energy efficiency or carbon efficiency targets adapted to their mode of operation under the framework agreement. How climate change agreements (CCA) work, which is eligible and which inter-professional organizations have a CCA. See the contact list of the interprofessional organization and the framework agreements for the different branches. We have a member agreement on climate change that allows participating members to save 65% of their climate change tax.
If you have any questions about how your CCA works, how changes in your business may affect your CCA or any other link to the CCAs, please contact the helpline. The Department of Energy and Climate Change and industry have negotiated energy efficiency targets for each sector – the sector`s commitment. The objectives were then incorporated into framework agreements between inter-professional organisations and the Environment Agency. Umbrella agreements also list processes that are eligible for a CCA. In 2020, the BEIs negotiated new targets for 2021 and 2022. There are two types of CCAs: basic agreements and underlying agreements.