The Conservative Energy Price Cap

An eBook of all of the analysis, opinion and news on the Conservative's proposed energy price cap from Utility Week

The energy retail market is caught in the political cross hairs.

Both the Conservatives and Labour have promised to cap prices to prevent “abusive” billing of customers. The impact of these promises on investor confidence and the confidence of large companies has already been profound.

Smaller challengers are biding their time to see how price regulation may affect their market power. Although the Tories’ 20-point lead in the polls has been reduced to single figures, they are still expected to win comfortably.

Here, Utility Week surveys what we know so far about the possible shape of price regulation to come and considers how the industry should act in these challenging times.

This eBook collates Utility Week’s recent analysis, opinion contributions and news relating to the Conservative price cap pledge. Fill in the form to the right of the screen to download your copy of the eBook.

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