Senior Analyst

Phone: +44 (0) 1603 542140

Molly is an analyst in the retail team, focusing on the analysis of the non-domestic supply market. She focuses on the strategies of non-domestic suppliers operating in the market and Third Party Intermediaries (TPIs). She leads the delivery of the Business Market Share Survey reports, looking at the market shares that non-domestic suppliers hold in the gas and electricity markets. She also leads the research on Third Party Intermediaries, producing the TPI report, as well as contributing to weekly publications.

Molly joined the team in June 2018, after graduating from the University of East Anglia with a degree in BSc Geography.

Latest thinking

Low carbon generation

Through the dark: Transformation for community energy

Community energy generation in Ireland is currently at a nascent stage, but developments in 2019 could see it become a major player in energy generation. Most community energy funding is spent on energy efficiency rather than energy generation. Our research indicates that there is as little as 6MW of community-owned...

Home supply and services

Why now? Regulation in the TPI market

Ofgem published its long-awaited policy proposals on 29 July following a review of the microbusiness sector. These build on its initial consultation from May 2019 and look to ensure that microbusinesses can access a competitive market and secure adequate levels of protection. The approach will be a defining moment for...

Business supply and services

Three key themes taking place in the TPI sector

While discussion continues around the impacts of COVID-19 on energy suppliers, the effects have reached into all parts of the energy value chain. Here, we take a look at the impacts on the TPI sector, alongside other key developments in the TPI market, highlighted in our second quarterly update of...

Home supply and services

Editor’s Pick | GB retailers set sights on international markets

Cornwall Insight retail market analyst Molly Lloyd examines suppliers moving into international markets and discusses some of their potential motives for doing so. The GB energy retail market has long been characterised by entries and acquisitions from suppliers outside these shores. The oil and gas majors in the 1980s and...

Business supply and services

Green gas in the pipeline

Interest in supplying green gas is increasing in the business market. In July, our Non-Domestic Supplier Insight Service found that SSE has joined the growing number of business suppliers, including Ecotricity, ENGIE, Octopus Energy and Ørsted in adding green gas to the mix of products they offer. Suppliers tend to...

Business supply and services

Three key trends to look out for in the TPI sector

Our latest quarterly update of our TPI report continues to highlight the many themes taking place in the market. This report focuses on the developments around regulation in the TPI and business market as a whole and the CMA’s price transparency remedy. It also looks at the changing way the...