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That amounts to an additional £60bn every year until 2050 over current estimates of £3,700 per person.
But the big catch is that the cost of energy from fossil fuels is also expected to rise by a similar amount - going up to £4,682 per person per year.
The renewable energy plan supposes that 40 per cent of energy would come from wind, solar and renewable power, 33 per cent from nuclear plants and 25 per cent from gas stations.
If you're wondering why the figures are higher than your energy bill, it is probably because the totals include energy used on your behalf by the authorities and funded through taxation.
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