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It is feared a GREEN TAX to be paid by gas suppliers could lead to a hike in household bills.
The Green Gas Levy is designed to help fund the use of a greener fuel called biomethane.
But the tax, which will be paid by suppliers, is likely to be passed on to households and drive up the average annual family bill by around £5 by 2025.
The levy is one of several measures introduced to ensure the UK meets its net zero target for greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Industry experts branded the levy as the ‘opening shot on the war on gas’. They also expect more radical measures, including a ban on gas boiler installations, in the next decade.
Details of the levy, which is expected to be enforced from Autumn 2021, are still being consulted on.
Rishi Sunak announced the first budget of Boris Johnson’s new Government today, complete with announcements for low carbon heating. A series of commitments were made to deliver green growth and reduce emissions from homes and buildings as part of transition away from fossil fuel heating to net-zero.
Plans to rip out gas central heating from every home have been unveiled.
Energy regulator Ofgem has outlined how the nation will heat their homes to meet the Government's target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The radical scheme to 'greenwire' Britain will be built around plans for a four-fold increase in electricity from wind farms around the coast. But the proposals will largely be paid for by families and businesses, adding billions of pounds to bills over the next 30 years.
It is suggested that switching away from natural gas heating and hot water for homes and businesses will require spending as much as £20 billion a year by 2050.
These will be replaced with electric heating and potentially a new gas system run on hydrogen where the only emissions are water.
Ofgem said 'The future of heating is less certain, with a range of possible different pathways to decarbonise.
in 2017, just 4.5% of the energy used for heating the UK's 29 million homes and other non-residential buildings was from a low-carbon source. This number needs to rise significantly by 2050.'
Source Daily Mail