Energywatch: more carrot, less stick

September 2004
MarketWatch: Energy;September 2004, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p10
Market Research Report
Comments on the British Office of Gas & Electricity Markets' proposed standards for energy billing. Reasons of the agency for proposing the standards; Regulatory issues in billing.


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