Energy Tax Relief

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About Energy Tax Relief

To improve the competitiveness of the UK’s most energy-intensive businesses, the Government has implemented a number of compensation schemes to mitigate the impact of renewables policies. Through these schemes, eligible businesses can apply for compensation for a proportion of the costs of their energy bills.

Our dedicated Energy Tax team provides an end-to-end consultation service, taking you through the claims process to ensure you receive the maximum financial benefit you are entitled to. We handle all the administrative tasks, making the process as smooth as possible.

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Clare Hammersley

Head of Sales

Radeep Mathew

Head of Consulting

Mohamed Eljaouhari

Head of Energy

Our Experts

Clare Hammersley

Head of Sales

Radeep Mathew

Head of Consulting

Mohamed Eljaouhari

Head of Energy

Is your business eligible?

A lot of focus for the compensation schemes fell on the heavy industrial users, including the manufacturing, engineering, mining, quarrying and transport sectors.

Qualifying manufacturing industries include: Textiles, Wood, Paper, Plastics, Rubber, Glass, Chemicals, Ceramics, Cement, Stone, Metal Casting and Processing.

Is your business eligible?

A lot of focus for the compensation schemes fell on the heavy industrial users, including the manufacturing, engineering, mining, quarrying and transport sectors.

Qualifying manufacturing industries include: Textiles, Wood, Paper, Plastics, Rubber, Glass, Chemicals, Ceramics, Cement, Stone, Metal Casting and Processing.

Types of compensation:

  • Indirect Costs – The government compels energy suppliers to improve their energy mix through the Renewables Obligation (RO) and Feed-In Tarrifs. The cost of this obligation is then passed on to the end-users. This represents a competitive disadvantage for Energy Intensive Industries.
  • Through the compensation scheme a business can expect potential savings of 15-30 % of their energy invoice.
  • Climate Change Levy (CCL) – CCL is a tax on the consumption of electricity, natural gas and fossil energies, it is aimed at financing the energetical transition process.

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Our highly experienced in-house teams constantly monitor market development and government funding opportunities to provide the most up-to date cost saving solutions. We offer support around a number of other government schemes including:

Other Leyton services which may interest you

Our highly experienced in-house teams constantly monitor market development and government funding opportunities to provide the most up-to date cost saving solutions. We offer support around a number of other government schemes including:

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