DFS must not punish those unable to take part

Vulnerable people must not be punished for being unable to take part in flexible energy use schemes, Citizens Advice has said. The consumer charity has warned government that it must take steps to ensure that vulnerable people, such as those with a health-related need for energy, don’t lose out financially as a result of being unable to take part in schemes such as the Demand Flexibility Service (DFS).

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