Minister warns of impact of spiralling energy costs on small businesses in Powys

By countytimes.co.uk

4 months ago

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Thousands of small businesses in mid Wales could be in jeopardy from spiralling energy bills, a mid Wales politician has warned.

Eluned Morgan says that the UK Government must act before it is too late as volatility in the energy market drives up the cost of gas and electricity for businesses where, unlike household contracts, unit rates are not capped.

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