Geography class: Why are UK home energy bills going through the roof?
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Why are UK home energy bills going through the roof?
Outline the reasons why energy bills are so high in the UK
With reference to the graph ‘average household energy bills are set to hit £6,500 a year by spring’ describe the trend in energy costs since 2018/19
Examine the proposals that the government could adopt to lower the impact of high energy prices
Alasdair Monteith, Gordonstoun