Government needs to commit to reducing energy consumption

By Neil Marshall | 25 April 2022

It’s widely predicted that April’s 54% price hike in household fuel prices will send two million more households into fuel poverty.

The thought of two million more homes in fuel poverty is frightening enough, but sadly it’s only the tip of the iceberg.

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