Britain halves electricity and gas prices for businesses Britain said on Wednesday it would cap the wholesale cost of electricity and gas for businesses at less than half the market rate from next month, following a similar scheme for consumers, helping relieve the pressure of soaring energy costs.
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As businesses fear an energy Armageddon, Jacob Rees-Mogg puts forward his plan for a wholesale price cap on gas and electricity
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New measures will apply to energy usage from October 1 for six months initially - with saving first seen on October bills, usually received in November
Business energy bills could be cut by a third under government plan
Jacob Rees-Mogg is expected to announce a cap on wholesale energy costs for business customers.
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Industry sources have been told to expect a universal scheme that will apply to all sectors of the economy when Business Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg unveils details of the scheme at 9am.
UK business's energy bills to be capped - Politics.co.uk
Wholesale energy costs for businesses will be cut by up to half of their expected price through the winter months, the government has announced.
Business energy prices to be cut by more than half under government plan
Wholesale energy prices will be capped for firms at "less than half" anticipated winter levels.
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Wholesale energy costs for businesses will be slashed to less than half their expected price through the winter months, the government has announced.