Ofgem continue to progress a new Code of Practice for third party intermediaries (TPIs), consultants and brokers.Â Exactly how it’s going to look is still being decided but anyone working in the energy industry will need to know about it. Ofgem have invited interested parties to get in touch with them, and share comment on the proposals, and we’ll be letting you know if you can expect any changes from how you do business with us.
We’re committed to supporting this reform, and believe the implementation of the new code is an important step towards protecting the best interests of the consumer, and improving confidence in the energy market as a whole.
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