As the UK’s largest fuel provider, our experts are here to make sure you’re compliant following the red diesel tax changes.
With the aim of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050, the government has changed the entitlement on red diesel tax from April 2022. Red diesel is no longer be subsidised for all uses, and some businesses need to source alternative fuels.
Certas Energy is here to help to help you through the red diesel changes with expert guides and helpful infographics.
SECTORS AFFECTED BY THE RED DIESEL TAX CHANGES
THE LOWDOWN ON RED DIESEL
Fuel your mind with all the facts
We’ve got you covered for the red diesel duty equalisation changes after 1st April with our sector-specific infographics – detailing what red diesel can and can’t be used for, and the action you need to take.
YOUR ESSENTIAL CHECKLIST
Use our red diesel compliance checklist
Make sure you’re compliant with the red diesel equalisation changes that came into force on 1st April with our essential checklist.
MAKING THE TRANSITION, TOGETHER
Still got questions? Read our red diesel FAQs
The red diesel duty equalisation changes came into effect on 1st April 2022. This is the biggest shift in decades, but together, we’ll get you through. You can get answers to the most frequently asked questions in our blog which will bring you up to speed.
Who do the changes affect?
From the sectors and applications no longer eligible to use red diesel, to the steps your business should be taking, watch our video to discover what you need to know about the tax changes.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
A myth-busting guide to the red diesel changes
Find out how your business needs to comply with the changes to avoid fines, along with more useful tips.
FUELS TO TRY
Meet the alternative, cleaner fuels
Unsure where to start with new fuels? Learn about the
alternative fuels your business can use, including emissions-reducing Shell GTL Fuel, HVO, and longer-lasting heating oil, Therma35.
EFFECTS ON CONSTRUCTION
What the red diesel changes mean for the construction industry
For the construction industry, there are financial implications, disallowed uses, compliance rules, and potential fines to be aware of. Make sure your business is covered and read our construction blog.
Fuelling futures together
For more information on the red diesel tax changes, chat to our experts today.