Making competition work effectively
We believe that good governance is not just about laying down and enforcing rules to ensure a market works; it’s also about stimulating innovation and enabling change to benefit all.
Furthermore, integrity is vital to ensure that key regulatory decisions are made in a proper way, and also that stakeholders buy into them.
It is vital to find the right balance between protecting consumers and opening markets to new entrants. This is especially true in areas such as energy where technology is transforming this sector via smart systems.
That’s where Gemserv’s expertise comes into play – we collaborate with all stakeholders to ensure regulated markets deliver the desired outcomes for policymakers, regulators and consumers.
Our governance services allow fair, dynamic and innovative market arrangements to be established. This gives participants a voice in developing the policies and regulations that govern their activities and, most importantly, it allows all participants to compete on a level playing field.
MRASCo was established 21 years ago, and the energy industry has come a long way since then. Under the stewardship of the Master Registration Agreement (MRA) the lights have stayed on across the GB electricity market for over two decades and it will continue to play a key role in the development of the Retail Energy Code (REC). Gemserv and MRASCo are proud to share our short documentary – SWITCH – which celebrates the successes of the MRA.Find Out More
Our Scheme Management Work
With more than 34 million enquiries each year to ECOES, the GB electricity switching system, we are enabling and supporting faster switching.
GB Smart Meter Rollout
We are supporting the rollout of 54 million smart meters, placing control of energy consumption firmly in the hands of the consumer, reducing energy bills.
Keep gas flowing
In Great Britain we administer the Uniform Network Code for the Independent Gas Transporters, helping to harmonise and streamline the way they interact with each other.
Getting smart meters connected
If smart meters can’t connect to a Home Area Network (HAN) the Alternative HAN Company steps in to make sure those homes and businesses within Great Britain can still receive smart services.