Energy bills are soaring in Europe. This is what countries are doing to help you pay them

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Spiralling inflation has sparked a cost-of-living crisis across Europe, and governments are stepping in to try to shield households and businesses from the seemingly never-ending surge in energy prices. For many families these days, it feels like paycheques are immediately evaporating as inflation drives up the cost of groceries and fuel, landlords increase rent and utility bills keep soaring. Inflation in the eurozone jumped to a new all-time high of 9.1 per cent in August, fueled by rising energy costs. How much does it cost to run your electrical appliances? Here are simple tips to save mon…

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