Chart of the week | Customers drive TPIs to go green

In 2019, large consumer-facing businesses led Third Party Intermediaries (TPIs) to increase their valuation of green power contracts backed by Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs).

In this weeks Chart of the Week, we look at Cornwall Insight’s 2019 TPI Satisfaction Survey. We also discuss the shift in I&C TPI valuation of services beyond energy contracts towards green power.

In brief, our annual TPI Satisfaction Survey details TPI views on services they receive from energy suppliers.

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