Energy-efficiency reforms 'will save £30-35 on average'

Ed Davey says that changes to the Energy Companies Obligation - which drives energy-efficiency measures - will knock between £30 and £35 off the average bill next year.

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Fuel bill cuts after Govt pledge

British Gas is to cut duel fuel bills and other energy firms have announced price freezes after the Government revealed measures it hopes will cut bills by an average of £50 a year. But Ed Miliband has dismissed the plans as "smoke and mirrors".