Commercial and industrial energy bills could rise by a quarter by 2030
Low carbon policies could push energy bills up by 25% for commercial and industrial users by 2030 unless they improve energy efficiency, according to the body advising the government on climate change.The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) today published its third report on the impact of the UK’s carbon budgets on energy bills. Currently, energy bills comprise around 0.5 per cent of total costs for
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