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UK: Ofgem finds two energy suppliers in breach of competition law

 |  May 30, 2019
Energy suppliers Economy Energy and E (Gas and Electricity), along with consultancy firm Dyball Associates breached competition law, Ofgem has found.

The three companies have been fined £870,000 collectively by the regulator after they infringed chapter one of the Competition Act 1998.

Ofgem has today (30 May) confirmed that between January and September 2016 Economy Energy, E (Gas and Electricity) and Dyball Associates had an anti-competitive agreement preventing the two suppliers actively targeting one another’s customers through face-to-face sales.

The two suppliers were found to have shared commercially sensitive information in the form of customer meter point details.

Full Content: Utility Week

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