Fuel poor households should be shielded from SoLR costs

The government’s fuel poverty advisors have called for the poorest customers to be offered relief from the costs of supplier failures. David Blakemore, chair of the Committee on Fuel Poverty, said it would be "just wrong" to require low-income households to pay the price for regulatory mistakes.

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