The Consumer Council supports the promotion and ongoing development of the natural gas network in NI.
CCNI response to Utility Regulator's PC15 announcement
The Consumer Council has welcomed the news that NI Water has agreed to the PC13 price control determination which sets its revenue requirements over the two-year period from 1 April 2013.
Consumer Council consultation response to UR's Price Control for NI’s Gas Distribution Networks GD17
Consumer Council consultation response to the Utility Regulator's Price Control for NI’s Gas Distribution Networks GD17.
The CEO of the Consumer Council, Antoinette McKeown has expressed concern at the news today that NIE and the Utility Regulator have failed to come to an agreement regarding a price control for the distribution and transmission of electricity in NI (RP5 price control).
This note seeks to identify aspects of the Utility Regulator’s proposals for gas distribution price controls from 2017 that might be most harmful to the interests of consumers.
The Consumer Council says it will continue to push for best value water and sewerage services and that today is a milestone but not the final destination. The comments came as the Utility Regulator today published its Final Determination on Northern Ireland Water’s (NI Water) spending plans for the next three years (Price Control 2010/PC10).
The Competition Commission ruling on Phoenix Natural Gas (PNG) will have an impact on gas customers in the Greater Belfast and Larne areas according to the Consumer Council.
The Consumer Council has welcomed the challenge to NI Water from the Utility Regulator to make savings while improving services, in its Final Determination on the two year price control for NI Water, PC13.
The Consumer Council welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Regulator’s second consultation on the Implementation of a new supplier Code of Practice on Energy Bills and Statements.