Why Ofgem?

The Gas Act 1986 and the Electricity Act 1989 provided legislative authority to the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to appoint independent directors general for gas and electricity respectively and so set in motion the creation of the Office of Gas Supply (Ofgas) and Office of Electricity Regulation (Offer).

By: J. Bower

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