Canlyniadau 81–100 o 200 ar gyfer "gb energy"

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Disconnections (16 Gor 2019)

Lord Henley: Government has given Ofgem, the independent GB energy regulator, a statutory duty to protect the interests of vulnerable consumers, with the regulator enforcing rules to protect consumers at risk of debt and disconnection. Following a call for evidence, Ofgem is undertaking a review of households who disconnect their energy supplies due to cost and has requested that energy companies...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy ( 9 Gor 2019)

Chris Skidmore: There are now around 60 domestic energy suppliers in the market, up from 13 in 2010. Since 2014, 16 domestic suppliers have ceased trading. GB Energy (in 2016), was the first supplier to cease trading since 2008. There was one market exit in 2017 and the most recent exit was in March 2019. All customers were swiftly moved to a new supplier by Ofgem.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Ofgem ( 4 Meh 2019)

Chris Skidmore: ...is a discretional policy tool, introduced under the Energy Act 2013, for use by my rt. hon. Friend the Secretary of State. The Government has absolute confidence in Ofgem, as the independent GB energy market regulator, to carry out its statutory objectives and functions, to protect existing and future energy consumers, and to deliver a raft of policies focused on decarbonisation, ensuring...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters ( 8 Mai 2019)

Claire Perry: Energy suppliers are responsible for the procurement of smart meters and have commercial incentives to drive down the costs of metering. Moreover, a number of meter manufacturers operate in the GB energy market and competition in the supply of meters also helps to exert downward pressure on costs. Consumers pay for metering costs (whether traditional or smart) as part of their energy bills....

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy (14 Ion 2019)

Claire Perry: There are now over 60 domestic energy suppliers in the market, up from 13 in 2010. Since 2010, 14 domestic suppliers have ceased trading. GB Energy (in 2016), was the first supplier to cease trading since 2008.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Renewable Energy ( 1 Mai 2018)

Claire Perry: There are a number of suppliers in the GB energy market that offer electricity tariffs backed 100% by renewables sources. Consumers can make an active choice to sign up to these green energy tariffs. Energy is a devolved matter in Northern Ireland.

11. 10. Dadl Plaid Cymru: Cwmni Ynni Cenedlaethol (24 Mai 2017)

Lesley Griffiths: ...y dywedais, ceir 50 o ddarparwyr eisoes sydd â thrwydded gyflenwi, a rhai ohonynt â chanlyniadau cymdeithasol yn ganolog iddynt, ac yn cynnig mwy o ddewis. Fodd bynnag, rydym wedi gweld methiant GB Energy, a chredaf fod hynny’n dangos ei bod yn anodd cystadlu mewn marchnad sy’n gynyddol orlawn. Cawsom rywfaint o adborth hefyd o’r digwyddiadau am y ffaith fod angen i Lywodraeth...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Topical Questions (13 Rha 2016)

Iain Wright: Two weeks ago, GB Energy ceased trading, affecting 160,000 customers. Credit must go to Ofgem for ensuring that those customers were promptly transferred to another supplier, but does the Secretary of State believe that the regulator’s approach to risk management needs to change? Instead of carrying out little or no assessment of the viability of new entrants and then picking up the pieces...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: GB Energy ( 7 Rha 2016)

Phil Boswell: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, what discussions he has had with Ofgem on customers of GB Energy Supply who will be given a new energy supplier due to that company ceasing trading.

Energy Network Charges — [Mrs Anne Main in the Chair] ( 5 Gor 2016)

Andrea Leadsom: ...Government to set up a process and methodology for evaluating the impact of schemes implemented in Scotland—on their own and in conjunction with schemes implemented in England and Wales—on the GB energy market and any relevant UK commitments and obligations. We are determined to help households facing the highest energy costs, including those that are off the mains gas grid, which are...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee ()

Energy and Climate Change: Competition and Market Authority’s energy market investigation. 9:30 am; Room 5, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Luke Watson, Chief Executive Officer, GB Energy Gillian Cooper, Head of Retail Energy Markets, Citizens Advice Pete Moorey, Head of Campaigns, Which? Professor Catherine Waddams, Professor of Regulation, Norwich Business School Audrey Gallagher, Director of Energy Supply, Energy UK Martin Cave, Member of the Competition and Markets Authority energy market investigation panel, Competition and...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Prices (18 Maw 2016)

Andrea Leadsom: ...preferences. However as the necessary changes to supplier licence conditions were introduced by Ofgem in 2013, the Government has not had to exercise these powers. Ofgem has since referred the GB energy market to the Competition and Markets Authority for a full market investigation which is due to conclude in June 2016 following the publication of the Provisional Decision on Remedies on...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Energy Bill [Lords]: New Clause 5 - Contract for Difference ( 4 Chw 2016)

Jonathan Reynolds: I think I am right in saying that the SNP’s position is that even in an independent Scotland, there would be a common GB energy market; it would effectively be the same as it is now. What I cannot quite follow—I am not against his new clause; I am just trying to follow the logic of it—is why this measure would be in Scotland’s interest. If Scotland is exporting electricity to the rest...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Energy Bill [Lords]: Contract for Difference ( 4 Chw 2016)

Jonathan Reynolds: I think I am right in saying that the SNP’s position is that even in an independent Scotland, there would be a common GB energy market; it would effectively be the same as it is now. What I cannot quite follow—I am not against the hon. Gentleman’s new clause; I am just trying to follow the logic of it—is why this measure would be in Scotland’s interest. If Scotland is exporting...

Fuel Poverty (24 Tach 2015)

Andrea Leadsom: ...Government to set up a process and methodology for evaluating the impacts of schemes implemented in Scotland, on their own and in conjunction with schemes implemented in England and Wales, on the GB energy market, alongside other relevant UK obligations. Hon. Members have mentioned energy prices for their constituents, particularly in Scotland. Our top priority is to keep bills down. This...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Meters (26 Hyd 2015)

Andrea Leadsom: Meters being rolled-out as part of the DECC programme are compliant with this requirement. Meters are within the competitive part of the GB energy market and are the responsibility of energy suppliers to procure, install and operate. Energy suppliers have a competitive incentive to ensure that they achieve value for money for their customers when purchasing meters. DECC has assessed the...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Meters ( 8 Med 2015)

Andrea Leadsom: The smart meters programme is designed within the legal framework for the GB energy market. This is based on energy companies competing against each other to supply energy to consumers. The Government is requiring all energy suppliers through their licence conditions to deliver smart metering. The energy companies have strong commercial incentives to do this as efficiently as possible, all...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Meters ( 8 Rha 2014)

Amber Rudd: The smart meters programme is designed within the legal framework for the GB energy market. This is based on energy companies competing against each other to supply energy to consumers. The Government is requiring all energy suppliers through their licence conditions to deliver smart metering. The energy companies have strong commercial incentives to do this as efficiently as possible, all...

Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Competition (10 Tach 2014)

Matthew Hancock: ...the FID Enabling for Renewables process – only 2 of the 8 contracts have been awarded to integrated utilities. Finally, the independent Competition and Markets Authority is investigating the GB energy markets and will determine whether there are any adverse effects on competition and, if so, what action is required to address them. [1] Sources: Elexon, Nord Pool, APX Group 2...

Written Ministerial Statements — Energy and Climate Change: Scotland Analysis (Energy) ( 9 Ebr 2014)

Edward Davey: ...industry, has helped to keep Scottish energy bills down and is the most effective way of managing energy liabilities, but were Scotland to become a separate independent state, the current integrated GB energy system could not continue as it is now. Scottish consumers and businesses currently benefit from spreading the cost of supporting Scottish energy network investment, renewables and...


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