This manual is a guide for inter-professional organisations and operators of a climate change agreement (CCA). 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. Section 3.3.2 – Revision of the text to clarify the rule on location limitation and off-site AAD. Section 4.4.4 – Review of the text with information on determining a basic number of novem. Section 6.1.1 – Revision of the text to detail the eligibility requirements for facilities. Section 7.5.1 – Revision of the text to clarify the essential requirements of reconstruction. Section 7.6, 7.7 and 7.8 – Revision of texts for the addition of new types of variations Section 8.1 – Revision of the text to add references to enforcement guidelines and sanctions. Section 8.4 – Revision of the text to add information on the appeal procedure. Section 9.3.3 – Revision of the text to add information on what we are looking for in an audit of the ccaa CCA Section 9.3.4 – Revision of the text to add information on what we are looking for in an audit CCA Section 10 – Revision of the text to update the chapter of the report guide. Glossary – Text revisions to add new terms related to the above updates.
Appendix I – Added table tools for reporting, reconstruction of baseline calculators for basic plans, and variation of Reports Appendix J – New Appendix to report file With respect to the extension of the scheme, we indicated that we would be making updated guidelines available in early 2021. We have also clarified energy efficiency targets and deadlines. Your professional association manages your account in the CCA registry and makes any necessary changes to your data. How climate change agreements (CCA) work, which is eligible and which inter-professional organizations have a CCA. What you report depends on whether your agreement is based on a CO2 or energy target. Section 1 – Revision of the text with respect to the presentation and minor changes to the text. Section 2 – Review of the text with respect to the presentation. Additional text added to all sections, in particular 2.2 (CCA register) and 2.4.2 (Eligibility Changes) section 3 – Revision of the text with respect to the presentation. Additional text for all sections, in particular sections 3.1.3 (green electricity), 3.1.9 (liquid nitrogen), 3.1.10 (transportation fuel count), Figure 3.3 modified, 3.4 (CRC) and 3.5 (meter failures).
Section 4 – Review of the text with respect to the presentation. Additional text for all sections, in particular sections 4.2.2 (target unit targets), 4.3 (Green/Braunfeld sites), 4.4.4 (Novem objective) and 4.5 (Structure of a goal) section 5 – Revision of the text with regard to presentation.