The European Commission established the Citizens' Energy Forum in 2007. The Forum meets on an annual basis in London and is organised with the support of Ofgem, the UK regulatory authority.
The aim of the Forum is to create competitive, energy-efficient and fair retail markets for consumers. Several Working Groups have been established to focus on issues raised in the Forum, covering topics such as vulnerable consumers, price transparency, and consumers as energy market agents.
Eighth Citizens' Energy Forum in London
Previous editions of the Citizens Energy Forum in London
Seventh Citizens' Energy Forum in London, 12-13 March 2015
The 7th edition of the Forum attracted a record number of stakeholders and discussed a wide range of issues including energy consumer empowerment, roll-out of smart meters, self-generation, consumer vulnerability and energy poverty.
Twitter hashtag: #En4Cit
- Draft Report Consumers and Market agents
- Report of the Working Group on E-Billing and Personal Energy Data Management
- Report of the Working Group on Transparency in EU Retail Energy Markets
Meetings of the Vulnerable Consumer Working Group
- Working Paper on Energy Poverty
- Guidance document on Vulnerable Consumers
- Vulnerable Consumer Working Group Terms of Reference
- Objectives of the Vulnerable Consumer Working Group