Fuel poor should be placed on October 2020 tariff rate

Fuel poor consumers should be placed on a tariff charging the same rates as under the October 2020 price cap, leading academics have suggested. The move is being mooted by academics from the University of Oxford, who believe at least 8 million households would be eligible for the subsidy and have suggested this be paid for by funds already allocated for the Energy Price Guarantee.

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