Ofgem-run energy price comparison service?

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published the preliminary findings in their report in July, with regard to the energy market and its issues. Along with a proposal to set up a Safeguard Regulated Tariff which would protect all ‘disengaged’ customers from high standard variable tariffs, the CMA also suggested an Ofgem managed comparison service which […]

CMA energy investigation delayed until June 2016

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) have announced that they have extended the deadline for their energy investigation by six months although it aims to publish its provisional decision on remedies in January 2016 with a view to reaching its final decision by the end of April 2016. After the publication of the initial findings […]

The CMA energy remedy debate

After the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) report on the energy market and its issues was published in July, the investigation has entered a period of consultation upon its proposed remedies. Energy suppliers have been falling over themselves to comment on the remedies after the initial findings shed them in a fairly positive light. The […]