UK energy consumers embracing the sustainability revolution, EY survey suggests

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Two-fifths of under-35s said told EY they'd pay a premium for sustainable energy
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Two-fifths of under-35s said told EY they'd pay a premium for sustainable energy

Forty per cent of under 35s told EY researchers they would pay a premium for sustainable energy

Growing numbers of UK energy consumers are taking sustainability into account when choosing products or services, with over 60 per cent more likely to choose sustainable options, a new survey from consultancy...

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