Consultation outcome

Energy licence modification appeals rules for Northern Ireland

This consultation has concluded

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CMA response to consultation

Detail of outcome

The CMA has decided to use the existing GB energy licence modification appeal rules in future appeals against NIAUR energy licence modification decisions.

Feedback received

The Electricity Association of Ireland

SSE Airtricity

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Detail of feedback received

Responses to the consultation can be found above.

Original consultation

Summary

The CMA is inviting views on its proposal to use the existing energy licence modification appeal rules in any future appeals against NIAUR energy licence modification decisions.

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Consultation description

The Competition Commission Energy Licence Modification Appeals Rules set out a procedural framework for appeals to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) against Ofgem energy licence modification decisions.

Following recent legislation in Northern Ireland, energy licence modification decisions made by the Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation (NIAUR) can be appealed to the CMA.

We’re consulting on our proposal to apply the existing rules to any future appeals against NIAUR energy licence modification decisions.

Documents

Published 26 March 2015
Last updated 29 May 2015 + show all updates
  1. Responses to consultation published.
  2. First published.