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Why the price cap is not a cap, and why the EPC rating of your house mattersThe energy price cap has been reduced from £3,500 per year to £2,500 for an average household, and fixed for two years.
Why the price cap is not a cap, and why the EPC rating of your house matters
The energy price cap has been reduced from £3,500 per year to £2,500 for an average household, and fixed for two years.

Why the price cap is not a cap, and why the EPC rating of your house matters (onthewight.com) That’s a huge relief – with the way things were going there would have been very widespread hardship with winter. Now it will still be tough for many...

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