CLUELESS ministers have no idea how much the PM’s green plans to go net zero will cost ordinary Brits, a report by MPs warns today.
Scathing MPs accused No 10 of burying its head in the sand over the sheer scale of the bills.
The greenhouse gas emissions 2050 target is still far too light on detail, the Public Accounts Committee says.
It wants to know the true cost to struggling families.
MPs fear net zero will force bills even higher when millions face soaring costs of food and energy.
Ministers have yet to say how they will replace the £20billion fuel duty after the switch to electric cars, or whether eco-taxes for tech such as wind farms will whack consumers.
And they have no idea how much it will cost everyone to go fully green, MPs say.
Committee chair Dame Meg Hillier said: “The Government has unveiled a plan without answers to the key questions.”
A BEIS spokesperson said last night: “Gas prices are at record highs, so we need to move away from expensive gas.
“The more clean, cheap and secure power we generate at home – like renewables and nuclear – the less exposed we will be to expensive gas prices set by international markets.”