Price cap would be £675 higher without past efficiency gains

The most recent price cap on energy bills would have been £675 higher without the energy efficiency improvements undertaken over the last several decades, according to analysis by Eon. A senior figure at the company cited the number at a recent meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Energy Costs as he sought to highlight the benefits of further support for energy efficiency measures, which he described as a "silver bullet" for the current crisis.

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