Monthly Archives: "July, 2015"

Government Consultation on Business Energy Tax Landscape – Tell us your Views
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In this week’s budget, the Government announced its intention to review the business energy tax landscape to consider approaches to simplify and improve the effectiveness of the regime. The review will include the Climate Change Levy, CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and Climate Change Agreements. The Government has stated that it will launch a formal public consultation in the autumn which will be led by the Treasury. We are aware that clarification from businesses is currently being sought in relation to...

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Dis-aggregation of Gas Supplies – July 2015
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Older gas installations have historically benefited from lower charges through shared charges by being ‘aggregated’ to other supplies on site giving them one Meter Point Reference Number and combined transportation and metering costs. Since April 2014 suppliers have not been allowed to aggregate meters together into one supply point and from July 2015, all existing aggregated meters must be de-aggregated by the supplier. This will result in the supplies being assigned individual transportation and metering cost and will mean...

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Government Scraps CCL Exemption for Renewable Energy
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With effect from midnight on 31 July 2015, electricity generated from renewable sources will no longer be eligible for the CCL exemption for RSE when supplied under a renewable source contract. The only exemption will be for electricity that is generated before 1 August 2015 for which the suppliers hold Levy Exemption Certificates for. The suppliers will be able to continue to allocate this to renewable source contracts for a transitional period commencing on 1 August 2015. Such supplies...

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Scotland’s EPC Regulations Will Be More Stringent than in England and Wales
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Scotland's commercial property market is about to be hit with stringent requirements as compulsion looms on energy efficiency. Sometimes the effects of property legislation only becomes apparent many years down the line – this is certainly the case for the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. Whilst legislation has already been enacted in England, Scotland is somewhat lagging behind as the deadline for compliance gets closer. The Scottish Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) regulations are soon to reach consultation stage...

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