COMMONS

MPs to hear from the "Big Six" energy companies

07 December 2010

The Energy and Climate Change Committee will hold a one-off oral evidence session with the “Big Six” energy companies on Tuesday 7 December 2010.

The Committee will examine the outlook for energy prices and what efforts the companies are making to help those in fuel poverty.

The session will also consider how the companies can improve competition and the accuracy of billing.

Likewise the Committee will discuss whether the wholesale market is fit to incentivise sufficient investment in new capacity and how the Big Six will help to reach the UK’s renewables and emissions targets.

Witnesses

Tuesday 7th December 2010,  Committee Room 15, Palace of Westminster  

At 10.15 am

  • Centrica
    Phil Bentley, Managing Director of British Gas,
  • EDF Energy
    Paul Spence, Director of Strategy and Regulation,
  • E.ON UK
    Paul Golby, CEO,
  • RWE npower
    Guy Johnson, Director of Regulation and Public Affairs,
  • Scottish and Southern Energy
    Alistair Philips-Davies, Energy Supply Director, and
  • Scottish Power
    John Campbell, Director of Energy Wholesale

Further information

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