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British Green Electricity Crisis – Britain Paid £9.72 / KWh to Keep the Lights On

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Imagine receiving a quarterly household electricity bill of £10,000 – because this is the kind of money Britain’s Electricity System Operator paid last Wednesday, to prevent blackouts during the heatwave.

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