If any group can crack open the energy supply market, it may be local authorities: existing customers, strong balance sheets, the power to make things happen. But so far there’s been a lot of consultancy and very little action. That could be about to change, writes Brendan Coyne
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"The risk of disruption to energy supplies this winter is no higher than it has been in recent years," Rachel Fletcher, senior partner for markets at Ofgem, told attendees at the regulator's winter outlook seminar at the end of October.