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Economic Affairs Committee
Report published on 24 February 2017. Government Response received 24 April and debate held 18 July.
The Economic Affairs Committee in its report "The Price of Power: Reforming the Electricity Market" has stated that constant intervention by successive governments in the electricity sector has led to an opaque, complicated, and uncompetitive market that fails to deliver low cost and secure electricity.
Economic Affairs Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 20 February at 3.35pm
The Members of the Committee have declared the following interests in relation to this inquiry: