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Energy Bills Rebate

Question for Treasury

UIN 121719, tabled on 9 February 2022

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will make it his policy to introduce an opt-out for people who do not want to receive his proposed £200 energy bill rebate.

Answered on

21 February 2022

All domestic electricity customers in Great Britain will receive a £200 reduction in their electricity costs from this October. This will be delivered via energy suppliers and will be clearly identifiable as a line item on electricity bills.

The reduction in costs will help people with the increase in energy bills by spreading the increased costs over a few years, so they are more manageable for households.

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Treasury
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