Lessons from the Northern Ireland energy price crisis

With a small gas network and the absence of a price cap, many Northern Ireland consumers saw their energy costs double in a fortnight at the start of 2022. Peter McClenaghan, director of infrastructure and sustainability for the Consumer Council for Northern Ireland, explains what impact this has had and the lessons for Great Britain’s energy market.

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