Climate Change Agreements (Cca) Scheme

The government does not propose to reform the eligibility criteria for the extension or to substantially revise the existing rules and procedures for this transitional period. Instead, as part of a longer-term review of the system, we want to look at further reforms in these areas and welcome views on which factors should be taken into account. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has extended the CCA programme by 2 years, until March 2025. For more details, see the SSD consultation response. The Environment Agency will publish updated guidelines in early 2021. We have updated the text field at the top of the page – the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Industrial Strategy has extended the CCA program by 2 years until March 2025. The deadline for submitting your applications for membership in the CCA program is November 30, 2020. Launched in 2001, the Climate Change Agreement (CSF) programme has the dual objective of achieving energy and carbon savings through energy efficiency targets, while helping to reduce energy costs in energy-intensive sectors by granting a significant discount on the climate change tax (CCL) paid. These targets provide a basis for organisations to improve the energy efficiency of their facilities over an eight-year period to ensure their contribution to the UK targets, in exchange for an estimated discount of 300m per year on their climate change tax bills.

See list of contacts of interbranch organisations and individual sectoral agreements. The voluntary programme of the Climate Change Agreement (CSF) has been reopened. The Ministry of Energy and Climate Change and industrial sectors have negotiated energy efficiency targets for each sector – the sectoral commitment. .