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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. You should notify your inter-professional immediately if changes in your business or organization will result in a change in your agreement. Under the terms of your agreement, you must notify the Environment Agency within 20 business days of the change. See the contact list of the interprofessional organization and the framework agreements for the different branches. This page contains only a summary of the types of changes to your processes that would affect your CCA. Download CCA`s operating manual for additional instructions. If the operator does not pay on time or if he does not make any expected progress in resolving the sanctioned case, the Environment Agency may terminate the contract. How to report your data, change your account or organization, and what happens if you miss or exceed targets or report. 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. The Agreements on Climate Change (Amendment of Agreements) (EU Exit) Regulations 2018, SI 2018/1205 (CCA EU Exit Regulations) come into force at the time of the conclusion of intellectual property.

Regulation 2 of eu withdrawal regulations introduces changes to both framework agreements and underlying agreements under the Climate Change Agreement (CCA). The amendments update the European Commission`s guidelines that define the definition of a company in difficulty to the most recent version of these guidelines. Furthermore, in light of Brexit, they correct the gaps in cross-references in the European Parliament and Council`s 2003/87/EC Directive 13 October 2003 establishing a greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme within the EU and amending the Council`s Directive 96/61/EC. In exchange for the sector`s energy efficiency target commitment (to be confirmed for target period 5), new entrants will benefit from a climate change tax (LCC) rebate on their energy bills. The percentage reduction for CCA holders is currently 92% for electricity, 81% for natural gas, 77% for LPG and 81% for other taxable raw materials. You can change the contact information of your administrative contact by asking your interprofessional to make the change. How climate change agreements (CCA) work, which is eligible and which inter-professional organizations have a CCA. Sign up for the CCA register for interprofessional organizations. The current CCA program began on April 1, 2013. Budget 2011 announced that the plan would be maintained until 2023 and that the 51 existing sectors would continue to benefit from the CCA scheme and the climate change tax rebate.

It was also announced that the reduction of the climate change tax on electricity for CCA participants would increase to 90% from April 2013. Eligible industries can enter into agreements with the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). In order to benefit from these agreements, an industry would either have to carry out activities listed in the Pollution Prevention and Reduction Regulations (PPC) or be considered an energy-intensive industry that meets specific energy intensity criteria. There are two types of CCAs: basic agreements and underlying agreements. Please enter your username and password to access the CCA registry.