by Franck Latrémolière on 14 November 2013
It looks like power network charges in England, Wales and Scotland have generally increased quite a lot between 2008 and 2013.
The increase has been faster than CPI, faster than RPI, faster than increases in retail energy prices, and even faster than increases in alcohol and tobacco prices.
Fact check "@ofgem has driven down the cost of networks". Domestic elec dist charges up 28%–109% in last 5 years. CPI 15%, RPI 16%.
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