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Latest Energy Bill Revolution
The Chancellor announced in the Budget today a £7 billion package to cut the energy bills for energy intensive companies. Read more
The Energy Bill Revolution, an alliance of 180 major UK charities, businesses, unions, health and consumer groups, is calling on the Chancellor to use carbon tax to make the homes of the fuel poor super energy efficient.
Yesterday the London Assembly voted to support the Energy Bill Revolution. They are calling on the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, to do the same.Read more
A report released today by the Energy Bill Revolution has revealed Treasury hypocrisy over financial support for the energy sector. It reveals that although the Treasury has so far refused to recycle carbon tax to help households reduce their energy bills by making them more energy efficient, it allows other taxes to be recycled to support renewable energy and fracking for gas. Using carbon tax to make homes highly energy efficient is a demand of the Energy Bill Revolution, an alliance of almost 200 major UK charities, businesses, unions, consumer and health groups. It is the biggest fuel poverty coalition in the world. Read more