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What would cheaper energy bills mean for you? This is your last chance to sign our open letter

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edited February 2023 in Cost of living

Sign our open letter

You have less than a week left to sign our open letter. Over 40,000 people have already signed. Why not join them?

Scope and Age UK are calling on the Government to introduce a social energy tariff. This would mean cheaper energy rates for disabled people, carers, and older people on lower incomes.

We'll be handing our open letter in to Parliament on 9 March, ahead of the next budget. So keep your eyes peeled for updates!

Add your name today to put pressure on the Government before it's too late.

What would cheaper energy bills mean for you?

We've been asking people what cheaper energy bills would mean for them. Here are some of their answers so far:

Graphic featuring an image of two people holding hands and a quote from Susan that reads My husband has dementia and is in a care home it would allow me to go and see him more often than I can at the moment

Graphic featuring a photo of a powered wheelchair and a quote from Paul that reads I could afford to recharge my wheelchair to socialise and join my friends and family

What difference would cheaper energy bills make to your life? Let us know in the comments :) 

P.S. I hope you're all doing as well as possible! 
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