Rating of gas suppliers indicates immaturity of retail market: expert


When the Rating was compiled, only 18 out of the 50 gas supply companies scored enough points to get into the “middle” group, and no supply company could make it to the “leaders” group.

The retail gas market remains immature and is yet to come of age, DiXi Group expert Bohdan Serebrennikov said during the presentation of the inaugural Rating of Gas Suppliers.

“The low average score of the top 50 suppliers proves that the retail gas market remains immature and is yet to come of age. Inter alia, it’s the result of the relatively recent liberalisation of the segment of gas supply to households,” Bohdan Serebrennikov pointed out.

The expert says that when the Rating was compiled, only 18 out of the 50 gas supply companies received a sufficient score to get into the “middle” group, and the remaining 32 were placed into the “hidden reserves” group, while no supply company could score enough points to make it to the “leaders” group.

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