Why can’t cheap wind and solar energy mean lower bills

Why can't cheap wind and solar energy mean lower bills

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Cheap renewable energy doesn’t always mean cheap energy bills – that’s because of how electricity prices are set and, even more importantly, the crazy high price of gas.

So, what can be done to change that? We look at how renewable energy could be used to drive down energy bills during this cost of living crisis. Climate reporter Simon Roach explains all.


Watch more of our explainer series here – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXjqQf1xYLQ6bu-iixvoFTVsiXQVlVniX

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