UK rules out asking public to reduce energy consumption


LONDON

Britain’s climate minister on Friday ruled out a campaign urging the public to use less energy, despite a warning yesterday from the National Grid that in the worst-case scenario there could be blackouts.

Local media reported that Prime Minister Liz Truss blocked a £15 million ($16.6 million) public information campaign approved by Business Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg to encourage people to use less energy.

“We are not sending that out as a message,”…



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