Are high energy prices a sign of things to come?

UK's decarbonisation commitments part of the issue

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Phil Kent of GCP Infrastructure Investments
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Phil Kent of GCP Infrastructure Investments

Several more energy suppliers announced their collapse recently, following seven others that have endured a similar fate.

These suppliers together represent more than 5% of the market, or 1.7m customers, and there are warnings that more will likely follow. These corporate failures have resulted from high gas and electricity...

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