BioFuel & Anaerobic Digestion

R&D Tax Relief for BioFuel & Anaerobic Digestion

Many developments in the field of Anaerobic Digestion (AD) qualify for R&D tax Credits.

At a first glance, R&D for AD may appear to relate to innovation in scientific research. However due to the broad definition of what qualifies as R&D, the overwhelming majority of our clients’ R&D tax relief claims in this sector have been for the development of new or improved processes, products and technologies.

Are you eligible for R&D tax relief?

  • Does your business employ less than 500 people and turnover less than £75 million?

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If you are an ADBA member, be sure to tell us and receive our special discounted ADBA rate.

The R&D tax relief scheme is highly-relevant to the AD and bio-fuel sectors and your company may be able to claim up to 33.35% of your development costs for the past 3 years. This includes testing, experimentation, product development and process improvement. If your AD or bio-fuel company pays UK corporation tax, you can potentially be making a claim every year going forward.

Our staff combine industry know-how and technology backgrounds with the practical experience of compiling R&D claims.  We prepare your R&D claim using our repeatable, rigorous and robust process to produce high-quality supporting documentation for HMRC.

We work with you to obtain the maximum benefit for your business. We have an exceptional success rate in claims accepted by HMRC, and work entirely on a no-win no-fee basis meaning that you don’t pay any fees until you receive your benefit.

Contact us today so that we can determine if you can benefit from this scheme.

Find out how much you could claim with our R&D tax credit calculator.

Did you know?

  • The R&D tax credit scheme is highly-relevant to Biofuel and Anaerobic Digestion companies

  • The annual amount claimed in this sector is currently £535 million

  • The average R&D claim amount in this sector is £130,000

  • It's estimated that R&D tax claims can get SME's an average tax reductions of 240% for qualifying projects