Oct 18th 2012
Energy companies to be forced to offer customers cheapest tariff
The government will pass legislation compelling energy companies to offer the lowest tariff to their customers, prime minister David Cameron confirmed in the Commons on Wednesday 17 October. He also noted the government had encouraged people to switch suppliers, arguing it was "one of the best ways" to keep energy bills down. Responding to the announcement, shadow energy and climate change secretary Caroline Flint said the cheapest tariff in an "uncompetitive" market would not be a "good deal" for the public. The government needed to "completely overhaul" the energy market to "break the dominance" of the Big Six.
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