Government legislates to cap low-carbon power revenues

The government is introducing legislation to cap the revenues low-carbon generators are making on the back of spiralling gas prices, while allowing them to keep a slice of their profits. Ministers have announced that they are bringing forward an Energy Prices Bill that will include powers to impose a temporary "Cost-Plus Revenue Limit", designed to sever the link between high global gas prices and the wholesale cost of low-carbon electricity.

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