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In this year’s end of year comment, our Lexis®PSL Energy team consider what their standout legal development was in Energy Law in 2018. Our Lexis®PSL Energy team also preview the anticipated talking points for Energy in 2019.
First published on Lexis®PSL on 12 December 2018.
It has led to significant changes to energy regulation but also (like for many areas of legal practice) increasing encroachment of technology and data regulation. On the energy regulation side, 2018 has seen comprehensive price controls imposed
on energy supply tariffs, continued challenges with smart metering roll-out and impending electricity settlement reform. Even more fundamentally, the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) is looking at reform of the ‘energy supplier
hub model’ and a spate of energy supplier insolvencies has led Ofgem to recently issue a wholesale supplier
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