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NEA NI response to the Consumer Council’s Draft Corporate Plan 2021-24
NEA NI response to the Consumer Council’s Draft Corporate Plan 2021-24
Post on 26th Feb 2021
The Consumer Council for Northern Ireland (CCNI) plays a fundamental role in providing vital information, advice and advocacy for all consumers in Northern Ireland, with a focus on vulnerable consumers. This work has great importance for NEA and many organisations throughout Northern Ireland, both strategically and operationally, and we welcome the opportunity to respond to this Draft Corporate Plan 2021–2022.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, Consumer Protection
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NEA NI Response to the Consumer Council’s draft forward work programme for the final year of the corporate strategy 2016-2021
NEA NI Response to the Consumer Council’s draft forward work programme for the final year of the corporate strategy 2016-2021
Post on 17th Jan 2020
NEA Northern Ireland has made some comments around the objectives in the draft Forward Work Programme and believe that the projects identified in the document are the right ones and have no queries regarding same. We have made some suggestions, which we hope are helpful on priority projects, which we feel may enhance the Forward Work Programme 2020–21.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, Consumer Protection
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NEA NI Response to the Utility Regulator price control for Firmus energy (Supply) Ltd 2020-2022
NEA NI Response to the Utility Regulator price control for Firmus energy (Supply) Ltd 2020-2022
Post on 17th Jul 2019
NEA has supported the Regulator’s work to protect more low income and vulnerable customers from unexpected price rises. The efficiency and cost effectiveness of gas distribution networks play a key role in tackling fuel poverty levels and we need to redouble our efforts to move as many households as possible who are reliant on home heating oil to cleaner, greener natural gas. This also provides low income households with a more flexible and affordable monthly or pay as you go option.
Nation / Region: Northern Ireland
Content Type:Publications
Consultation, Consumer Protection, Energy Costs, Energy Markets
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