1. The energy market needs a Competition Commission investigation

    If our politicians genuinely want to make the UK energy market perform more effectively, and to serve UK consumers, they should support a reference of the market by Ofgem, the energy regulator, to the Competition Commission (CC). This is the proven and established approach for addressing competition problems, and it is regrettable that Ofgem has […]

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  2. Why freezing energy prices is a bad idea

    Ed Milliband’s proposal (if elected) to freeze prices from 2015 and re-structure the market has a number of serious problems. First, it is very unlikely to work in practice. It is very difficult to regulate retail prices to consumers when the wholesale price is so variable. California tried it a decade ago with disastrous results. […]

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  3. John at the WIRED Money conference 2013
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    Competition in UK Banking

    On 16 February 2012, John Fingleton gave a speech at the seminar ‘A competitive banking sector: Challenges in a post-crisis environment’ organised by MLex in association with Lloyds Banking Group.

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