2 NEW ENHANCED CAPITAL ALLOWANCE EXPLAINED The benefits and new requirements of the scheme The additional benefits of using energy efficient schemes. How to overcome some of the barriers that prevent uptake of the ECA An industrial case study that successfully claimed the allowance An office lighting case study currently updating to LED which will meet the new requirements
3 ENHANCED CAPITAL ALLOWANCES (ECA s) ARE A STRAIGHTFORWARD WAY FOR A BUSINESS TO IMPROVE ITS CASH FLOW THROUGH ACCELERATED TAX RELIEF. The scheme encourages businesses to invest in energy saving plant or machinery specified in the Energy Technology List (ETL) to help reduce carbon emissions, which contribute to climate change.
4 THE ENHANCED CAPITAL ALLOWANCE (ECA) SCHEME IS A KEY PART OF THE GOVERNMENT S PROGRAMME TO MANAGE CLIMATE CHANGE. ECA scheme only covers expenditure on energy efficient plant and machinery Businesses can write off 100% of qualifying investments against corporation tax in the year in which they make the investment First year cash flow boost designed to help address the higher purchase price of the more energy-efficient plant and machinery to enable the business to benefit from lower ongoing energy bills ECA criteria is used to specify energy efficient lighting The aim is to support best practice lighting (top 25%)
5 THE ENHANCED CAPITAL ALLOWANCE (ECA) SCHEME IS A KEY PART OF THE GOVERNMENT S PROGRAMME TO MANAGE CLIMATE CHANGE. Building ECA scheme covers expenditure on energy efficient plant Regulations and machinery (required performance) Businesses can write off 100% of qualifying investments against corporation tax in the year in which they make the investment First year cash flow boost designed to help address the higher purchase price of the more energy-efficient plant and machinery to enable the business to benefit from lower ongoing energy bills ECA criteria is used to specify energy efficient lighting The aim is to support best practice lighting (top 25%)
6 WHATS ON THE LIST The ENERGY TECHNOLOGY LIST (ETL) is a register of products that are eligible for 100% tax relief under the ECA scheme for energy saving technologies. The Carbon Trust manages the list and promotes the ECA scheme on behalf of the government. The ETL comprises two lists: Energy Technology CRITERIA List (ETCL) Energy Technology PRODUCT List (ETPL) The ETCL defines the performance criteria that equipment must meet to qualify for ECA support. The ETPL is the list of products that have been assessed as being compliant with ETCL criteria. However, lighting equipment is an exception to the rule and is not listed on the ETPL; Lighting which meets the appropriate criteria in the ETCL can qualify for an Enhanced Capital Allowance.
7 BENEFITS OF PURCHASING ENERGY TECHNOLOGY LIST PRODUCTS Lighting products that comply with the criteria on the ETCL are highly energy efficient. When replacing lighting, businesses are often tempted to opt for fittings with the lowest capital cost, However, such immediate cost savings can prove to be a false economy if the savings over the lifetime of the product not taken into account. The ECA scheme provides 100% first year tax relief on qualifying capital expenditure. If businesses can write off the whole cost of the equipment against taxable profits in the year of purchase it can provide a cash flow boost and an incentive to invest in energy saving equipment which normally carries a price premium when compared to less efficient alternatives. Why claim? If your business spends 10,000 on product specified on the ETL and you pay corporation tax at 23%, you could reduce your tax bill by 2,300 in the year of investment. The more you invest the more you can save, 100,000 investment would save you 23,000 on your tax bill. An ECA claim can include the purchase, transport and installation costs of energy saving equipment included on the ETL.
8 THERE ARE 3 CATEGORIES I WILL CONCENTRATE ON TODAY High Efficiency Lighting Units (luminaires) A combination of a light fitting (or luminaire), one or more lamps, and associated control gear. White Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lighting Units LED lighting units consist of one or more white LEDs, a light fitting (or luminaire) and associated electrical drive units. LED replacement lamps are not eligible for support. Lighting Controls, Including time switching, presence detection and daylight sensing. (both switching and dimming)
9 ECA - ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Lumininaire Efficacy Luminaire efficacy = Luminaire lumens Circuit watts LED luminaires are photometered in Luminaire Lumens = Luminaire Lumens
10 ECA - ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Category Minimum luminaire efficacy (in luminaire lumens per circuit watt) Without control With control 2014 Part L Amenity,accent and display lighting General lighting Using downlighting General lighting Using uplighting General lighting Using up /down (42 with max control factors) (42 with max control factors) 80 (15 x DLOR/LOR) 75 (15 x DLOR/LOR) 60 (42 with max control factors)
11 ECA - ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA All products must: Have a luminaire efficacy that is greater than, or equal to, the thresholds set out above, when tested after 100 hours of continuous operation. Have a power factor that is greater than, or equal to, 0.7 at all levels of product light output. In addition: General lighting units installed indoors must comply with the glare and angular exclusion zone recommendations in paragraph 94 of HSG 38 (1997). Individual control gear must have a standby power not exceeding 0.5 Watts when the lighting unit incorporates an electronically addressed dimming or switching circuit. If the product is not fitted with an automatic switching or dimming circuit, the product must not consume power when it is switched off. Fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps in all categories, and all lamps used in amenity, accent and display lighting units must have a colour rendering index that is at least Ra 80. All other lamps must have a colour rendering index of at least Ra 20. If the product incorporates dimming control it shall be tested at its highest light output level.
12 ECA - ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA All products must: Have a luminaire efficacy that is greater than, or equal to, the thresholds set out below, when tested after 100 hours of continuous operation. Have a power factor that is greater than, or equal to, 0.7 at all levels of product light output. In addition: Skip to the interesting General lighting units installed indoors must comply with the glare and angular exclusion zone recommendations in paragraph 94 of HSG 38 (1997). Individual control gear must have a standby power not exceeding 0.5 Watts when the lighting unit incorporates an electronically addressed dimming or switching circuit. If the product is not fitted with an automatic switching or dimming circuit, the product must bit... not consume power when it is switched off. Fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps in all categories, and all lamps used in amenity, accent and display lighting units must have a colour rendering index that is at least Ra 80. All other lamps must have a colour rendering index of at least Ra 20. If the product incorporates dimming control it shall be tested at its highest light output level.
13 HIGH EFFICIENCY LIGHTING UNITS Eligibility Criteria In addition: The luminaire, lamps and control gear must be CE marked. Where products incorporate fluorescent or compact fluorescent lamps, they must be controlled by non-dimmable 'warm start' or 'dimmable' (regulating) type, high frequency (HF) electronic control gear. Where products incorporate compact fluorescent lamps, they must not incorporate the control gear in the lamp cap. Where products incorporate high intensity discharge lamps rated below 200W, they must use electronic control gear. In addition, lamps and control gear must comply with the relevant performance standards BS EN 60901:1996, BS EN 60081:1998, BS EN 60929:2011, or be ENEC marked. Where products include light emitting diode(s) as well as another lamp type, they must also comply with the relevant parts of the White Light Emitting Diode Lighting Units criteria.
14 WHITE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHTING UNITS Investments in white light emitting diode lighting units can only qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances if the products meet a number of eligibility criteria set out in an Energy Technology Criteria List (ETCL). The individual products purchased do not need to be named on the Energy Technology Product List. The unit must provide a minimum amount of light (lumens), with at least 90% of its initial light output after 6000 hrs of use (an indicator of product lifetime). The unit as a whole must also have a minimum luminous efficacy (lumen per watt) which is the total amount of light (emitted from the whole unit including any optical components NOT just the LED chip itself) divided by the electrical power used by the whole unit including the control unit (driver). Inefficient LED units that provide less light than required for their wattage are not eligible. There are also criteria relating to colour quality, electrical quality (power factor) of the control unit (driver) and standby power consumption. In addition the fittings and control units (drivers) must be CE marked for safety.
15 WHITE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHTING UNITS The supplier of the LED unit should provide confirmation that the unit conforms to all the required standards and criteria (preferably in the form of a certificate) that can then be used to support an ECA claim.
16 WHITE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHTING UNITS Eligibility Criteria To be eligible, products must: Include one or more solid-state LED devices, luminaire and associated electronic control gear. Be capable of producing white light. White light is defined in Annex 2, paragraph 3b of EC Regulation 245/2009 Implementing Directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament Use electronic control gear that complies with the following standards: o BS EN :2006, Lamp control gear. Particular requirements for dc. or ac supplied electronic control gear for LED modules. o BS EN 62384:2006 (as amended), DC or AC supplied electronic control gear for LED modules. Performance requirements. Be CE Marked.
17 WHITE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHTING UNITS Eligibility Criteria Performance criteria All products must: Have a luminaire efficacy (i.e. lighting efficiency) that is greater than, or equal to, the thresholds set out in the table below, after 100 hours of continuous operation. Be able to provide a light output (in lumens) after 6000 hours of continuous operation that is not less than 90% of their initial light output (in lumens). Have a colour rendering index that meets the requirements of Section 2.1 of Commission Regulation (EU) no 1194/201 (implementing Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for directional lamps, light emitting diode lamps and related equipment) Have a power factor that is greater than, or equal to, 0.7 at all levels of product light output.
18 WHITE LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHTING UNITS Eligibility Criteria Performance criteria In addition: General lighting units installed indoors must comply with the glare and angular exclusion zone recommendations in paragraph 94 of HSG 38 (1997), Lighting at work (ISBN: ). Individual control gear must have a standby power not exceeding 0.5 Watts when the lighting unit incorporates an electronically addressed dimming or switching circuit. If the product is not fitted with an automatic switching or dimming circuit, the product must not consume power when it is switched off. Amenity, accent and display lighting units to be installed indoors must have a minimum light output of at least 100 lumens after 100 hours of continuous operation. All other luminaires must have a minimum light output of at least 200 lumens after 100 hours of continuous operation.
19 LIGHTING CONTROLS Different types of control are appropriate for different applications. Time controls are appropriate in places with fixed operating hours. For example, a time switch can be used to switch off the lighting in a shop or restaurant outside opening hours. Occupancy switching using presence detection can give substantial energy savings in intermittently occupied spaces such as warehouses and some display areas. Absence detection, where switching on is done manually but switching off happens automatically, is effective in daylit spaces and is also eligible for ECA support.
20 LIGHTING CONTROLS For daylight detection or photoelectric control, the lighting is switched or dimmed in response to incoming daylight. Dimming generally saves more energy and will be less obtrusive to the occupants when compared to switching. Switching control usually incorporates some form of time delay, or a gap between the illuminances at which lamps are switched on and off to prevent over-frequent switching. Lamps are switched or dimmed as individual luminaires or in groups, depending on daylight penetration in the space. For example, the row of lamps nearest a window wall would normally be controlled separately from the remainder of the lighting.
21 LIGHTING CONTROLS Eligibility Criteria Time Controllers To be eligible under this category of Lighting Controls: The product must automatically switch the lighting off, or dim it down, at predetermined times of the day or week, or after a predefined interval. Where automatic dimming controls are used, they must be capable of reducing the power consumption of the controlled lamps by at least 50%. Where fluorescent lighting is being dimmed, it must incorporate high frequency dimmable ballast and electronic control gear. Other forms of lighting may incorporate either mains frequency or high frequency dimmable ballasts and associated controls. 1. The product may also be set to automatically switch on the lighting at predetermined times. 2. Products may incorporate the facility for local users to manually switch on and off lighting in a local area and thus to override the predetermined lighting levels at that particular time. However products that allow local users to locally override subsequent predetermined times for the lighting to be automatically switched off, or dimmed down, are not eligible. 3. If the product is designed to control any form of heating, ventilation or air conditioning (HVAC) equipment then, it must be listed under the HVAC Zone Controls part of the Energy Technology Product List (ETPL).
22 LIGHTING CONTROLS Eligibility Criteria Presence detectors with associated switching controllers To be eligible under this category of Lighting Controls: The product must automatically switch off the lighting, or dim it down, after the area has become unoccupied. Where automatic dimming controls are used, they must be capable of reducing the power consumption of the controlled lamps by at least 50%. Where fluorescent lighting is being dimmed, it must incorporate high frequency dimmable ballast and electronic control gear. Other forms of lighting may incorporate either mains frequency or high frequency dimmable ballasts and associated controls. 1. The product may also automatically switch on the lighting when the space becomes occupied. Alternatively local users may manually switch on the lighting at the start of occupancy. 2. Products may incorporate the facility for local users to manually override the presence detector/controller and to switch the lighting off at any particular instance. However products that allow local users to override the ability of the presence detector/controller to automatically switch off the lighting, or dim it down are not eligible.
23 LIGHTING CONTROLS Eligibility Criteria Daylight detectors with associated switching controllers To be eligible under this category of Lighting Controls: The product must monitor the availability of daylight and automatically switch the lighting off when sufficient daylight is available to illuminate the area. 1. The product may also automatically switch on the lighting when daylight has fallen below the required level. Alternatively local users could be allowed to switch on the lighting manually, when daylight has fallen below the required level. 2. Products may incorporate the facility for local users to manually override daylight detector/controller and switch the lights off at any particular instance. However products that allow local users to override the ability of the daylight detector/controller to automatically switch off the lighting are not eligible.
24 LIGHTING CONTROLS Eligibility Criteria Daylight detectors with associated dimming controllers To be eligible under this category of Lighting Controls: The product must monitor the availability of daylight and automatically dim the electric lighting to the level just needed to sufficiently illuminate the area. The product must be able to reduce the power consumption of the lamps being controlled by at least 50% through dimming. 1. The product may also automatically switch on the lighting when daylight has fallen below the required level. Alternatively local users could be required to switch on the lighting manually, as and when needed. 2. Products may incorporate the facility for local users to manually override the dimming controller at any particular instance and to set the lighting to a lower level than it would be under automatic control, or switch it off. However products that allow local users to override the ability of the daylight detector/controller to automatically dim the lighting are not eligible.
25 WHAT ARE THE BARRIERS TO CLAIMING ECA? The supply chain can be long and disjointed, so it can prove difficult to obtain the correct evidence to use with the tax claim. The company might not be making profit. Why bother when you can right it off in the traditional way? ECA compliance needs to be written into the spec to avoid value engineering below the required energy efficacy level. Remembering to claim.
26 JOHN GUEST CASE STUDY Founded by John Guest in 1961, the family owned company has grown to become the world leader in push-fit plastic fittings for the plumbing and heating industry
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30 JOHN GUEST CASE STUDY For a capital outlay of 57,000 plus installation costs 144 tonnes CO2 p/a 20,000 per year in energy costs 76% energy reduction
31 TRILUX HOUSE CASE STUDY Refurbishment of our own offices All of the offices have now had the luminairesreplaced by LED products that are daylight and presence linked
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34 TRILUX HOUSE CASE STUDY Alternatively lit to EN12464 with free standing uplights
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40 TRILUX HOUSE CASE STUDY Total expenditure on changing to LED Luminaires 25,000 Installation costs 5,000 Total 30,000 Therefore we will claim 23% on our end of year tax return = 6,900
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