Anna
Moss

Head of Consumer Markets

Phone: +44 (0) 1603 542134
Email: a.moss@cornwall-insight.com

Anna manages and develops the research in the supply sector, supporting the analytical team in their day to day activities. Anna works with a range of market participants, including energy suppliers, providing support in analysing key developments in the supply market.

Anna also supports research across the domestic and non-domestic sectors, as well as bespoke studies covering topics such as collective switching, market intervention and new market entry. She also leads public training courses and provides insight for consultancy work.

Anna joined Cornwall Insight in June 2013 after graduating from the University of East Anglia with a BSc in Environmental Sciences with a Year in Industry.

Latest thinking

Commercial and market outlook

2021’s most exciting ‘Charts of the week’

Some of our team have looked back throughout 2021 and picked their most exciting 'Chart of the week'. Read about their choices and click through to read the full 'Chart of the week'. To do so, you need a free Cornwall Insight account which is easy to create here. Green...

Home supply and services

Shaken, not stirred: The fate of the supply market

This Energy market perspective was taken from our Energy Spectrum publication on 4 October 2021. To find out more about a free trial to Energy Spectrum, find out more here or contact Robert on r.buckley@cornwall-insight.com. As we enter the winter 2021-22 trading season, the energy supply market remains in intense...

Home supply and services

Editor’s Pick | The Dark Arts of removing price caps

The regulator is facing a difficult challenge. Tasked by the legislation that introduced the mechanism, Ofgem now finds itself in the position of establishing whether competition in the market is “effective” enough to remove the cap on default energy tariffs. It has the opportunity to make the decision each year...

Home supply and services

A delicate truth: Comparing electricity prices in Europe

This week, the Joint Committee on Climate Action (JCCA) recommended a legally binding renewable electricity target by 2030, with State-built grid connections to accommodate this. Implementation of such initiatives into policy has, in other countries, added to the final electricity bill for domestic consumers. In this week’s blog, we discuss the...

Low carbon generation

Lumos: Shining a light on the Irish fuel mix

This week, the government committed to raising the amount of electricity generated from renewable sources from 30% to 70% by 2030. Minister for Communications and Climate Action Richard Bruton said the commitment would require “significant changes” that will require strengthening the grid. In this week’s blog, we take a closer...

Home supply and services

Challengers grow share in domestic energy market again despite exits

Supplier failures, Ofgem provisional orders, price caps and complaints about customer service levels have all hit the energy headlines since the start of 2019. But anyone expecting these developments to encourage customers to return to the Big Six will be disappointed. The latest figures from our Domestic Market Share Survey...

Home supply and services

The game is afoot – electricity consumption

Over the last four years, the energy supply markets have been subject to change on a variety of fronts. Looking specifically at the small business market, Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) data shows that overall electricity consumption in this sector has risen, up almost 3% over the four-year period...

Home supply and services

Whiter than white supply?

SSE and M&S Energy announced on 5 July that their nine-year domestic supply partnership had ended, with the contract formally expiring on 28 September 2018. Here we comment on the evolution of such white label partnerships in the domestic supply market, their successes, and the recent moves we’ve seen in...