Inenco have launched an online tool to allow businesses to easily feedback to DECC, BIS and HMT ahead of this Autumn’s consultation on energy taxes.
A new consultation on energy efficiency taxes was announced in the summer budget: Treasury, BIS (Department for Business Innovation & Skills) and DECC (Department of Energy & Climate Change) are working together to consult on and review energy efficiency taxes which could streamline taxes and reduce the admin burden on businesses.
In order to help shape the consultation, Inenco are calling on all businesses impacted by the schemes to feedback and ensure the consultation represents views across all businesses, not just a select few.
Chief Commercial Officer David Cockshott said: “The changing regulatory landscape has been causing concern amongst our business customers for a number of years. The review planned by HMT, DECC and BIS is a good opportunity for businesses to feedback on business energy taxes and reporting red tape and I would encourage all businesses to have their say”.
Businesses can have their say on the current energy tax landscape via www.inenco.com/haveyoursay – Inenco will be sharing all feedback with HMT, DECC, BIS and trade bodies including the MEUC before and during the Autumn consultation period.