Summary

The Government introduced the Climate Change Levy (CCL) in 2001 as part of a wider array of instruments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It is an energy tax rather than a carbon tax. The CCL is levied on supplies of electricity, gas and solid fuels and it applies to industry, agriculture and the public sector; and on large power generators that use fossil fuels, through the Carbon Price Support (CPS) mechanism.

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