Closed consultation

Energy supply administration cost recovery mechanism

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Original consultation

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Summary

Seeking comments on modifications to gas & electricity licences to set up cost recovery mechanism for energy supply company administration.

Documents

A shortfall cost recovery mechanism for energy supply company administration

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Impact Assessment (IA): Modification of gas and electricity licences for the purpose of implementing a cost recovery mechanism for energy supply company administration

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Consultation description

The broad framework for energy supply company administration is set out in the Energy Act 2011, including powers conferred on the Secretary of State to modify gas and electricity licences for the purpose of introducing a cost recovery mechanism. The proposed licence changes will complete implementation of the measures.

The government has consulted on draft rules of procedures for energy supply company administration and will publish a response in 2013.