13 March 2023

NFU and NFU Energy call for evidence

NFU and NFU Energy are responding to Ofgem's consultation and are therefore seeking evidence from those affected to strengthen the response. 

Your feedback will help shape the areas which the energy regulator chooses to prioritise, and will identify whether challenges faced by businesses securing contracts are isolated incidents or part of a wider, systematic issue.

Members can submit their evidence via NFU Energy's survey. Please submit your response no later than Monday 20 March.

Responses will be kept anonymous unless you state otherwise.

28 February 2023

Ofgem launches Call for Input

Ofgem announces their Call for Input, seeking evidence from all interested stakeholders about their experiences in the non-domestic energy market regarding several market related issues which the energy regulator has identified. 

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  • Energy regulator Ofgem publishes a Call for Input, seeking views from stakeholders on the state of the non-domestic retail energy market.
  • NFU and NFU energy are seeking views from affected customers to form part of a joint response to Ofgem's consultation.