U.K. Said to Favor Voluntary Action to Control Utility BillsBy , , and
Government prefers voluntary approach to reducing payments
Business Secretary ‘dismayed’ by CMA investigation findings
The British government won’t immediately force utilities to switch the energy tariffs of vulnerable customers, favoring voluntary action instead, according to people familiar with the matter.
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