Restore faith in energy market, says think-tank

May 2009
Utility Week;5/22/2009, p23
Trade Publication
This article reports on a message from research institute Policy Exchange asserting the importance of customer confidence to the energy market in Great Britain in 2009. Policy Exchange advised the restoration of customer confidence by providing more information about the costs of energy supply and changes to the governance of energy companies. The institute also suggests to disaggregate energy bills so customers could understand how much is spent on fuel, transport and environmental measures.


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