A UK Court of Appeal supports OFGEM’s decision against national grid’s metering case (National Grid)

Ofgem welcomes the Court of Appeal's ruling that National Grid breached the law and acted anti-competitively in the domestic gas metering market, endorsing Ofgem's findings in April 2008. Background Shortly after the domestic gas metering market was opened to competition, National Grid struck long-term contracts with five of the six major energy suppliers to supply and maintain gas meters. These contracts included financial penalties that apply if suppliers replaced more than the small number of meters allowed under contract by

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Yasmin Arshed, A UK Court of Appeal supports OFGEM’s decision against national grid’s metering case (National Grid), 23 February 2010, e-Competitions February 2010, Art. N° 30708

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