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  • This webinar will outline the many initiatives being driven by the Coal Authority to repurpose the UKs abandoned mine infrastructure, which was formerly seen as a liability but has now become an asset of strategic national importance, and details how organisations can be involved in the exciting op...

  • The CMA is investigating the supply and acquisition of energy in Great Britain.

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • The CMA is investigating the supply and acquisition of energy in Great Britain.

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • The CMA investigated the supply and acquisition of energy in Great Britain.The linked page includes the Final Report, as well as the material used as part of the investigation including Evidence, Analysis, and proposed Remedies. Ofgem responds to CMA report 4 August 2016

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is the UKs lead competition and consumer authority. Our annual plan sets out the CMAs programme for 2017 to 2018. The plan supports our mission to make markets work well for consumers, businesses and the economy9 December 2016 - consultation commenced30 ...

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    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • The CMA investigated the supply and acquisition of energy in Great Britain and is currently in the remedies implementation phase. Responses to draft orders published: 30.11.2016Statutory deadline for implementing remedial action: 23.12.16

  • The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is inviting comments on updates to its existing energy licence modification appeal rules (CC14) and guide (CC15), which were originally published by the Competition Commission.In particular, the updated rules will clarify how third parties may participate ...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • The CMA is consulting with interested parties on whether or not to launch a review of the Energy Market Investigation (Prepayment Charge Restriction) Order 2016. The CMA is seeking views from interested parties on the following matters to assist it in reaching a decision on whether or not to launch ...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

  • Energy companies should make a profit margin of just 1.25pc on household bills, a fifth of the level made by the two biggest suppliers last year. The Competition and Markets Authority has said this margin was was appropriate for suppliers  since "they don't make the stuff". Energy companie...

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    • Record type: Abstract

  • The investigation is an important opportunity to clear the air and should ensure competition in We fully expect the CMA to consider the action weve taken to intensify competition and protect consumers. The main areas we expect they will include in the investigation include:the relationship between ...

    • Availability: Online
    • Record type: Policy milestone

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