BEIS launched a discussion paper on Friday 5 August to inform a decision on whether the buy-out price for target periods 3 and 4 of the Climate Change Agreements (CCA) scheme should be adjusted.
The department said that it was minded to increase the buy-out price broadly in line with the Retail Price Index to £14/tCO2e for target periods 3 and 4; however, further options being considered include increasing the price to £17/tCO2e, and retaining the present price of £12/tCO2e. BEIS argues that its preferred option would provide a strong incentive to abate while also being mindful of the financial impacts on participants. Responses are invited by 23 September.
What could energy efficiency really mean for businesses?
Looking at the energy efficiency of your business can be a great way to save money, finding the right solutions for your business can be a challenge.
16 Jan 2018 | Uncategorised
Don’t understand your energy bill? We’re here to help
Customers sometimes tell us they struggle to understand energy bills. Here are a few pointers to help you master your electricity bill.
11 Jan 2018 | Uncategorised
Taking advantage of energy opportunities in 2018
Expect to see a number of blog posts in 2018 about understanding and controlling your energy costs, and on ways to improve energy efficiency.
09 Jan 2018 | Uncategorised