Letter: Electric Vehicle Charge is Tax On the Fuel Poor


Norman Kerr OBE, Director of Energy Action Scotland has today called on all political parties to reduce the burden of fuel poverty in Scotland by adding the levy on consumer bills for investment to general taxation.

He asks that the infrastructure required to support a move to electric vehicles not be added to the bills of the people least likely to drive or own one, people who are making daily choices between heating and eating.

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