2nd December, 2013

The government is set to unveil a package of measures to shift the costs of fuel welfare and green policies away from people struggling with soaring energy bills.

In an article for the Sun on Sunday (), the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister claim the measures will save the average bill-payer around 50.

They say that the government will absorb the costs of giving the two million poorest families a discount on their gas and electricity, which is currently funded by a levy on bills, through the Warm Home Discount scheme.

They say the changes, which include new initiatives to help home-owners and businesses invest in energy-efficiency, mean the government does not have to sacrifice its green commitments.

Source: ITV News

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