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Irish Retail Market Shares – Search for the Hero - tmrw. test

Irish Retail Market Shares – Search for the Hero

Just over seven years ago, price regulation in the domestic electricity market was fully removed. This allowed all suppliers the freedom to set their own tariff prices. In the domestic gas market, next July represents four years since Bord Gais was subject to price deregulation, opening up the gas market to free competition.

This week’s blog, we look at how market shares in the retail gas and electricity markets have altered since January 2017.

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