Ofgem's push for energy market reforms in the UK has caused concern to many in the energy industry.
One option put forward in the UK regulator's 'Project Discovery' report is a centralised buyer for energy, a proposal David Hunter, an energy analyst at consultancy McKinnon & Clarke, cautions against. "The option for a central buyer is a step too far, and relying on Soviet-style central planning would be a damning indictment of policy failure," he says.
However, others believe the Project
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