The Consumer Council supports the promotion and ongoing development of the natural gas network in NI.
The Consumer Council’s Head of Energy Policy, Richard Williams, said: “The Consumer Council welcomes the extension of the natural gas network into East Down as it will mean more choice for around 25,000 consumers and around 2,000 small businesses.
The Consumer Council's draft Forward Work Programme 2017/18 is now available for consultation
- Consumer Skills
- Cost of Living
- Personal Finances
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.
Consumer Council consultation response relating to the notice to extend the Conveyance Licence Area and Modification of the Conveyance Licence of Phoenix Natural Gas Limited – East Down.
The Consumer Council expressed its support for a single set of NI industry proposals for the gas industry in the original consultation. As such we welcome that it is the favoured approach. We are committed to working with the gas industry to help ensure that this approach delivers clear and effective procedures.
The Consumer Council supports the development of an efficient natural gas industry in NI.
The Consumer Council (CCNI) recognises the real benefits that gas currently
provides to consumers in terms of costs, energy efficiency, payment methods
and ease of use. With the high level of fuel poverty and significant increases
in the price of home
<p>The Consumer Council today welcomed the news that licences have been granted to Bord Gais Eireann (BGE (NI)) to extend the natural gas network here.</p>