Updated: Minister insists green energy reforms will lead to reduced bills by 2020

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Ed Davey dismisses media claims Energy Bill will result in hefty hikes in energy costs for households and businesses

The government has moved to quash claims electricity bills are set to skyrocket as a result of measures set out in its Energy Bill, after ministers confirmed today that the controversial legislation has...

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