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Charities (Electricity Charges)

Volume 26: debated on Tuesday 29 June 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will introduce legislation to provide that electricity boards shall charge charitable groups with premises for the electricity they receive on a domestic rather than on a commercial tariff.

No. The electricity tariffs applied to particular classes of consumer should reflect the costs of supplying each class, and existing legislation already provides for this.