Composites UK says that it now offers an energy and water procurement service to its members.

This service is in addition to its climate change levy discount scheme (CCL) which was put in place in 2017, allowing users of carbon fiber to claim back CCL on their energy bills.

The procurement of energy and water within the competitive market has become a great deal more complex over recent years and requires an understanding of tariff structures, market movements and which are the most competitive suppliers at any time, the organization says.  

Companies shoulrt provide consultants, Briar Associates with a recent bill who will then look at cost saving opportunities from improved procurement and tariff infrastructure changes and identifying if there are any opportunities for retrospective rebates.

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