Co-operative Energy challenges the Big Six to get Fair Tax accredited
Co-operative Energy has called on the UK’s Big Six energy suppliers to follow their lead and become Fair Tax accredited.
Co-operative Energy, part of Midcounties Co-operative and the first energy company in the UK to have been awarded the Fair Tax Mark, said that the energy industry needed to reform after last year’s controversy surrounding the low rates of corporation tax paid by some companies.
Writing on their website, Co-operative Energy said that they ‘launched with a pledge to be fair and transparent and to challenge the Big Six to stamp out sharp practices.’
To be the first energy company in the UK to receive the Fair Tax Mark accreditation demonstrates our commitment to customers that we’re committed to reforming the industry and that we are a socially responsible energy business, paying our fair share of tax and investing in the UK economy.