Caveat emptor: buyer beware with energy TPIs

A pioneer in deregulated energy markets, we’ve carved out a reputation for openness, honesty, transparency and ethical working practices. And every year we still see many cases of abuse and bad behaviour involving Third Party Intermediaries (TPIs) in energy purchasing and broking.

With regulator Ofgem shelving its mandatory code, sharp practices and dodgy information can be very difficult for business energy users to spot in advance. The main issue is the lack of clarity, openness and transparency in the industry. So what can you do?

 

The Energy Brokers suggests a better way: order our latest industry paper

This FREE industry paper covers shady tactics to look out for, proposes a Code of Practice and includes next steps to help ensure a level and ethical playing field – and a Transparency Statement that you should ask prospective TPIs to sign.

 

Who can you trust?

Bad brokers have been allowed to thrive. Good brokers have had to fight to survive. Ofgem have utterly failed to differentiate between the two or to protect customers, TPIs and suppliers alike.

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The main issue is the lack of clarity, openness and transparency in the industry. So what can you do?