CMA Energy Market Investigation

The challenges faced by all market participants are heavily contextualised by the unprecedented energy market revolution now taking place, driven by policy initiatives such as the Green Deal, Smart Metering and the Energy Market Review. These market transformational initiatives have naturally led to a significant volume of change in market arrangements, as demonstrated by the introduction of two new Codes: Smart Energy Code (SEC), and the Green Deal Arrangements Agreement (GDAA), together with the consequential high volume of enabling modifications to existing codes. We note here that such changes are necessary to ensure that energy market participants (of which there are many, and in different forms) are able to continue to work effectively together, whilst at the same time, enabling these important Government driven, consumer focused, transformational initiatives to be implemented.

Click here to read Gemserv’s full consultation response on the Energy Market Investigation work carried out by the Competition and Market Authority (CMA).

 

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