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Energy demand will outpace supply in 2016
But you can still expect record profits for the Big Six
Last week, a report published by the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) confirmed that we’re facing an energy crisis of severe proportions in 2016.
To summarise its findings, due to the closure of coal-fired plants next March, the National Grid will only be able to produce 52,000 megawatts of power in 2016, which is 2,000 megawatts short of national demand.
Consumers will suffer, not suppliers
We know how this works. The Big Six could use a fraction of their enormous profits to cover the inevitable price rises (British Gas made £528m in the first of half of 2015 alone), but they won’t. As the CPS has predicted, those increases will be passed on directly to their customers