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The Guardian - National Grid to pay households and businesses to cut electricity use again

Great Britain’s network operator looking to save up to 341MW between 4.30pm-6pm on Tuesday.

Consumers could receive up to £6 depending on their supplier, meaning a household that normally uses their oven during an hour-long session could save up to £12 for not doing so and changing their use to either before or after the period, according to the consultancy firm LCP Delta.

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