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I struggle to understand - If the basis of the governments help / calculation revolves around the unit price then
why didnt they just start with - A unit of Gas is currently (on average) ......../ kwh & with the price cap it will not exceed ........ / kwh & a similar statement for Leccy -

The energy bills all have a unit price charged, how many units used & a total on them - why publish it in such a way that indicates the price cap is 2500 per average household -

Or have I misunderstood / been too simplistic -

Originally posted by YT

It's a dilemma though, isn't it? The "cost for an average home" statistic was adopted by Ofgem and then the media as a classic piece of dumbing down in the face of a public that is generally too stupid or too lazy to understand most things beyond the very basic.

 

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This is where our money goes. Excellent!!

 

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