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Thumbs up Ofgem could make it harder for new firms to enter energy market

Guardian Consumer Affairs
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Watchdog cites concerns over customer service and financial resilience of some companiesOfgem is considering making it harder for new challenger companies to enter the energy market, citing concerns over poor customer service and lack of financial resilience.The energy regulator has launched a...
Ofgem could make it harder for new firms to enter energy market (external link to Guardian Consumer Affairs)
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