New evidence that cheap wind energy is helping consumers

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RenewableUK's Rebecca Williams explains how green energy tariffs are now competing on price with conventional tariffs

So it's confirmed - you can have your cake and eat it - at least in terms of your energy bill. This week uSwitch published new figures which show that consumers can save money and clean up their electricity...

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