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Energy prices and bills – impacts of meeting carbon budgets

Committee on Climate Change, December 2014


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Resource information:
Resource IDccc2012
Resource titleEnergy prices and bills – impacts of meeting carbon budgets
Author/sourceCommittee on Climate Change
Date publishedDecember 2014
Summary text/ abstractThe Climate Change Act 2008 requires us, when advising the Government and Parliament on how to achieve UK emission reductions, to consider economic and social circumstances. This includes the impact on fuel poverty and competitiveness. For that reason, we previously published, in 2011 and 2012, analysis about the impact of low-carbon policies on energy prices and bills. Since then, there has been considerable debate and new developments to take into account. In 2015, we are due to publish our advice to Government on the fifth carbon budget (2027-2032). Ahead of that, this report sets out the facts about the links between climate policy and energy prices and bills.
Library categoriesClimate Change, Energy, UK Government
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