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Cost of living: the unhealthy coping strategies which are likely to rise as energy bills soar – plus how to get help

By Aimee Ambrose, Professor of Energy Policy and Trustee of the Fuel Poverty Research Network, Sheffield Hallam University
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The burden of very high energy prices does not fall evenly across society. The most vulnerable customers are more likely to be on the most expensive tariffs because they’re more likely to pay for their energy via prepayment meters and face barriers to switching, such as limited access to the internet.…The Conversation

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