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Energy and Climate Change Committee
Committee is holding a one-off evidence session on Tuesday 5 July 2016.
The Competition and Market Authority’s (CMA) energy market investigation draws to a conclusion on 24 June 2016 with the publication of its final report. The Committee will gather views on the CMA’s final proposals, the impacts on consumers and the next steps to be taken by the Government.
Evidence given by Luke Watson, Chief Executive Officer, GB Energy, Gillian Cooper, Head of Retail Energy Markets, Citizens Advice, Pete Moorey, Head of Campaigns, Which?, Professor Catherine Waddams, Professor of Regulation, Norwich Business School, and Audrey Gallagher, Director of Energy Supply, Energy UK; Martin Cave, Member of the Competition and Markets Authority energy market investigation panel, Competition and Markets Authority (at 10.30am); Roger Witcomb, Chair of the Competition and Markets Authority Energy market investigation panel, Simeon Thornton, Project Director, and Susannah Meeke, Director, Remedies, Business and Financial Analysis, Competition and Markets Authority (at 10.45am).
Energy and Climate Change Committee Chair criticises changes to price comparison websites