The UK Gas and Electricity Markets Authority accepts the former gas incumbent’s practices for re-contracting switching customers (British Gas Trading)

Ofgem, 17 April 2007, Decision in relation to the appeal raised by British Gas Trading Ltd (BGT) against the Master Registration Agreement (MRA) Forum decision upholding the MRA Executive Committee (MEC) determination dated 25 July 2006, that BGT is in breach of Clause 38.1 of the MRA http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/Licensing/E... Background In May 2006 BizzEnergy made an allegation to the so-called Master Registration Agreement Executive Committee (hereinafter the “MEC”) that British Gas Trading Limited (hereinafter “BGT”) was failing to treat certain information supplied to it in accordance with the confidentiality rules in the Master Registration Agreement (hereafter “the Agreement”). On 25 July 2006, the MEC found that the use by BGT of the D0058 loss notification data flow (which is the

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Yasmin Arshed, The UK Gas and Electricity Markets Authority accepts the former gas incumbent’s practices for re-contracting switching customers (British Gas Trading), 17 April 2007, e-Competitions April 2007, Art. N° 13754

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