Shining a light on energy debts
The energy sector is gradually becoming more liberal, but debts remain a problem for many consumers
Tomorrow marks the start of a new era in the Irish energy market, following a decision by the energy regulator that cleared the way for the ESB to decide its own prices. From April 4, Electric Ireland -th e new name for ESB’s supply business -will no longer have to seek approval from the energy regulator, the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER), for price changes. Instead, it will be free to decide its own tariffs...
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