Climate Change Agreement (CCA) Services

How Does The Climate Change Agreement (CCA) Work?

A Climate Change Agreement (CCA) is an agreement made between the Environment Agency and an organisation on a voluntary basis, to reduce CO2 emissions over a period of time. By entering a CCA, the Environment Agency will discount the Climate Change Levy (CCL) applied to that organisation. For those organisations with a CCA in place, the CCL is discounted by:

Climate Change Agreement (CCA) ServicesAny organisation that carries out an energy intensive process (deemed so by the Environment Agency) can be eligible for a CCA – whether they are a retailer, an intensive farm or a manufacturer. An organisation is also eligible if a process is controlled by the Environmental Permitting Regulations.

CCAs are used as an incentive to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency within organisations. The ultimate target is 2020, but progress is checked in 2014, 2016 and 2018 to ensure that targets will be met.

Along with discounts on CCLs for good performance, penalties are also imposed for non-compliance. Essential for compliance are carefully prepared, thorough evidence packs.

About TEAM’s Climate Change Agreement (CCA) experts

TEAM’s Energy Consultants are ideally placed to support you during the various phases of the CCA Scheme from data collection, data analysis and evidence pack compilation.

The TEAM Energy Carbon Reduction Commitment Consultancy and Outsourced Bill Validation Service can help carry out the work required for CCA compliance. Alternatively, the Sigma Management software can be utilised by organisations to carry out this work themselves. Our service is totally flexible and we can support you as much or as little as you choose.

How Can TEAM Help with the Climate Change Agreement (CCA)?

At TEAM we support our customers throughout the whole, or a selected part of the Climate Change Agreement (CCA) Scheme process. This can include: