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A better way for energy

Energy Taxation schemes require UK electricity suppliers to finance the UK energy transition process through various methods such as sourcing an increased proportion of their electricity from renewable sources. Under the schemes, suppliers who do not source the required proportion of electricity from renewable sources have to pay into a buy-out fund administered by Ofgem.

In order to improve the competitiveness of the UK’s most electricity-intensive businesses, the Government has implemented a number of compensation schemes to mitigate the impact of these renewables policies. Businesses can apply for compensation for a proportion of the costs of their energy bills. This compensation is available for many of the most electricity-intensive industries.

To qualify, your business must manufacture a product in the UK within an eligible sector, and your business must pass an electricity intensity test.

We can help you identify latent opportunities and simplify the complex claims process.

We can uncover your maximum cost savings and produce the report to enable you to submit your claim.

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