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An acquired taste: deferring supplier costs

Robert Buckley Head of Retail and Relationship Development

Ever since the COVID-19 lockdown slashed economic activity there has been concern that consumer distress would cause a cashflow crisis for suppliers. This crisis could destabilise the whole of the industry. There has also been a parallel realisation that the per unit costs for many industry charges will be much higher than expected, given the sharp downturn in consumption and their fixed or inversely proportionate nature. As we discuss in this week’s Energy Perspective, two initiatives were firmed ...

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