Government urged to include charities in energy plan review
Charities have urged the government to consult the sector when it reviews its six-month scheme intended to support businesses, charities and public sector organisations with their energy costs this winter.
Prime Minister Liz Truss has unveiled plans to ensure typical households will pay £2,500 on their energy bills each year until 2024. She also pledged to “support all businesses, charities and public sector organisations with their energy costs this winter – offering an equivalent guarantee for six months”, but did not reveal any further details of the scheme.
To read more about the impact of the energy crisis on the sector, and why the charities feel that they should be involved in the energy plan review please click here