Labour supports Pool in Liverpool

Milne, Roger
September 2011
Utility Week;9/30/2011, p11
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a proposal from Great Britain's Labour Party wherein energy companies pool the power they generate and make it available to any retailer. The party expects this would open the market and result to reduced prices. Labour leader Ed Milliband described the energy market as an unaccountable concentration of power. Chris Huhne, energy and climate change secretary, criticizes the pricing practices of big energy companies.


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