Half a million people in Wales could soon find energy bills unaffordable

By countytimes.co.uk

5 months ago


Rural Wales is facing a triple wammy of high petrol & diesel prices, rising electricity and dependence on heating oil, writes Cllr Elwyn Vaughan.

Days after forecasters predicted annual household energy bills will climb to £3,420 this winter, BP, the British oil and gas giant announced the firm's half-year profits of £11.9bn.

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