BEIS presses ahead with plans to give energy intensive industries an exemption from cost of clean energy policies, despite it costing the average household around £2.30 a year in higher bills
The government has confirmed it will press ahead with plans to exempt energy intensive industries such as heavy manufacturing from the costs of key clean energy policies. In a consultation response...
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