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£500 on electricity bills to pay for green energy - Telegraph

Chris Huhne, the Energy Secretary, will outline government plans today to encourage energy companies to develop low-carbon power plants, including nuclear power stations and wind farms.
Energy analysts say the Coalition's plans will put Britain on course for a "high cost, low carbon" electricity market where consumers pay the price for environmentally friendly generating technology.
Energy companies say that the shift will require them to invest more than £200 billion in new power stations and networks over the next 20 years.
According to uSwitch, the price comparison website, funding that investment will cost households more than £500 a year on top of the current total average energy bill of £1,157. Mr Huhne's officials dispute that figure and insist that the direct costs of specific government policies will be much lower.
Mr Huhne will tell MPs that the reforms will wean Britain off imported gas, and curb inevitable price rises, meaning household bills will ultimately be lower than they would have been otherwise.

The price of Cameron's failure to win against the most pathetic opposition ever is that we will be paying for idiots such as Chris Huhne, who no one ever expected to actually have the any power and so was happily patted on the head and told what a clever boy he was as he fingerpainted his policies.

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Fingerpainting would require a certain degree of dexterity. One would expect Huhne to stick himself in the eye every two or three minutes, were he to try it.

The same degree of dexterity can be applied to his policies, by the way.

I was not aware that Cameron's views on global warming were any different from Huhne's. They are all from the same mould, all interchangeable. This is the same policy put in place by the last lot at the behest of that lot in Brussels.

The tragedy of all this is the total waste of our money on schemes that cripple our economy when the energy situation has been turned on its head by new technology and shale gas.

Ah but the beauty is LIBDEM Huhne gets to take all the flak whilst CONSERVATIVE Euroslime gets all the glory. Win win as far as Euroslime is concerned

Mr Huhne's officials dispute that figure and insist that the direct costs of specific government policies will be much lower.

Note the weasil words.

Translation: We'll find a way to hide a large chunk of the costs so you won't actually know for what you are paying.

We already don't know what we're paying for. There are green levies on our electricity and gas bills that are not shown separately on the bill.

Same with things like petrol & diesel. If they actually showed how much tax, duty and VAT we were all paying there would be more than just the students protesting on the streets.

Try again and I did type in the word, not that I'm claiming to be human.

We already don't know what we're paying for. There are green levies on our electricity and gas bills that are not shown separately on the bill.

Same with things like petrol & diesel. If they actually showed how much tax, duty and VAT we were all paying there would be more than just the students protesting on the streets.

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