Office for Gas and Electricity Markets
The UK regulator of the gas and electricity industries... more on: Ofgem
Office of the electricity and gas regulator (markets).
Office of Gas and Electricity Markets. The regulator for Britain's gas and electricity industries. www.ofgem.gov.uk
Ofgem (The Office of Gas & Electricity Markets) was formed in June 1999 by combining the functions of the former Office of Gas Supply (OFGAS) and the Office of Electricity Regulation (OFFER). The body was set up by the government to protect the interests of all gas and electricity customers and to promote competition in the supply and regulation of the gas and electricity industries throughout Great Britain.
Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (British version of FERC).
The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets is the regulatory body for the electricity and gas industries and protects the interests of consumers, ensuring they get value and choice, by promoting competition and regulating monopolies. P - R
OFGEM is the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, regulating the gas and electricity industries in Great Britain. Ofgem is governed by an authority and its powers are provided for under the Gas Act 1986, the Electricity Act 1989 and the Utilities Act 2000. Everything that Ofgem does is designed to promote and protect the interests of gas and electricity customers.
the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets; the energy regulator for the GB gas and electricity sectors.