Liquidity has become ‘primary concern’ for energy suppliers

Rising pressures in the energy retail market such as soaring wholesale costs have meant that liquidity has become a "primary concern" for many businesses in the sector, an industry expert has warned. Andrew Stone, managing director at Interpath Advisory and joint administrator for recently failed supplier Hub Energy, spoke to Utility Week prior to Ofgem's announcement that this year will once again see a shortfall in renewables obligation certificates (ROCs).

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