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Ed Davey, the Environment Secretary, says there will be no cap on wind farms, as he insists that Green levies must stay and might have to be paid through taxes.New taxes to pay for environmental schemes are being considered as part of a deal to cut household energy bills, it can be disclosed.The taxpayer would foot the bill for two of the “green” schemes, all of which are currently paid for through a levy on gas and electricity bills.
Post date: 11 Dic 2013
Type: News