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Report tax incentives and reliefs in energy and electricity tax law
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
The member states of the European Union (EU) must publish comprehensive information on their state aid. Many tax concessions and tax reliefs related to electricity and energy tax are considered state aid.
If you have received tax benefits and reliefs in this area, you must report them to the customs administration once a year.
You can report tax benefits and reliefs in energy and electricity tax law online.
- Register with the Citizen and Business Customer Portal of Customs.
- Under "Services", select the item "Registration of tax concessions in accordance with EnSTransV".
- Log in to the EnSTransV capture portal online.
- Provide the required information and upload the necessary documents, if applicable.
- Submit the declaration online.
- You will receive a transmission confirmation.
- If further information or documents are required, the responsible main customs office will contact you.
In the Citizen and Business Customer Portal, you can track the status of a submitted declaration, for example "in process" or "completed".
- you are active in the primary production of agricultural products and receive aid of more than EUR 60,000 per year, or
- you are engaged in fishing or aquaculture and receive aid of more than 30,000 EUR per year, or
- you are engaged in other activities and receive aid of 200,000 EUR per year or more.
Tax exemptions with the obligation to report:
Tax exemption for
- gaseous biofuels and bioheating fuels
- Plants with a nominal electric power of more than 2 megawatts from renewable energy sources for pure self-consumption or self-consumption,
- Plants from renewable energy sources or high-efficiency CHP plants, in each case with a nominal electrical output of up to 2 megawatts and withdrawal for own consumption or output to end consumers in the spatial context.
Tax reductions for:
- beneficiary plants for electricity generation or combined heat and power (CHP),
- cargo handling in seaports,
- transport by trolley buses or railroads,
- shore-side electricity supply to ships.
Tax relief with reporting requirements for:
- Own consumption
- partial tax relief for the combined production of power and heat
- full tax relief for the combined production of power and heat
- companies for business purposes (energy tax)
- companies in special cases
- local public transport
- Enterprises in agriculture and forestry (gas oil)
- Companies in agriculture and forestry (biofuels)
- Businesses for operational purposes (electricity tax)
- Waiver, refund or compensation in special cases
- Electricity from renewable energy sources
- electricity from high-efficiency cogeneration plants
- shore-side electricity supply for ships
Which documents are required?
No documentation is required.
What are the fees?
There are no costs involved.
What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?
You must report the tax benefits and reliefs by June 30 of the following year.
1 day to 6 months
- Objection. Detailed information on how to file an objection can be found, if applicable, in the instructions on appealing from the letter from the main customs office on the subsequent request for documents.
- Legal action before the Tax Court. For details, please contact the main customs office responsible for you or your legal counsel.
Applications / forms
Forms available: No
Written form required: No
Informal application possible: No
Personal appearance required: No
Online services available: Yes
What else should I know?
There are no clues or specifics.
Technically approved by
Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF)