Government promises payments to corporate energy savers

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Draft Energy Bill reveals companies that reduce power demand will be able to bid for payments under new capacity auctions

Companies could be able to receive payments in return for decreasing their energy demand, under plans revealed by the government yesterday. The draft Energy Bill contains a series of proposals to reform...

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