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Smaller energy-support package avoids ‘cliff edge’ but peril remains

Smaller energy-support package avoids ‘cliff edge’ but peril remains

10 Jan 2023By Ben Bird

Digital Edition: Smaller energy-support package avoids ‘cliff edge’ but peril remains

The government has unveiled a substantially less generous energy-support package for businesses from April. Announcing the new Energy Bills Discount Scheme (EBDS) for 2023/2024, exchequer secretary to the Treasury James Cartlidge said the new support will make up to £5.5bn available for a 12-month period…

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Greg Aftayev is a Journalist at Flaunt Weekly Covering Tech News.

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