awareness about what deals are available, confusing and inaccurate bills, and the difficulties of changing suppliers, both real and perceived, are all identified as reasons why more customers don't change their energy tariffs.But energy consumers themselves also came in for criticism, with the report describing many as "disengaged".As reported by Sky City Editor Mark Kleinman Monday, the investigation found tariffs offered by the big six energy suppliers were around 5% higher than they should have been between 2009 and 2013.The CMA suggests a number of measures be introduced which could encourage more competition in the energy market and ensure a better deal for customers.These suggestions include the introduction of an energy price cap, which should stay in place until reforms are made to the market, and an independent price comparison service run by energy watchdog Ofgem which could make it easier for consumers to discover cheaper deals.Roger Witcomb, the chairman of the energy market investigation, said: "There are millions of customers paying too much for their energy bills but they don have to."Whilst competition is delivering benefits to increasing numbers of customers, mainly through the growth of smaller suppliers with cheaper fixed price deals, the majority of us are still on more expensive default tariffs."Many customers do not shop around to see if there's a better deal out there, let alone switch. The result is that some energy suppliers know they don have to work hard to keep these customers."The Peuterey Men's Coats energy watchdog Ofgem, who commissioned the investigation, said: welcome the CMA's provisional findings on competition in the energy market."We will work with them, to develop and implement their final remedies, where they fall within our jurisdiction, to deliver a more competitive market for consumers."Ofgem asked the CMA to investigate the energy market because of our concerns that competition in the market is not working for all consumers."Responding to the report, Energy Secretary Amber Rudd said: "Our priority is to keep bills down for hardworking families and businesses across the country."We'll consider the report and respond soon and we won't hesitate to take further action where the market is not delivering a fair deal for consumers including doing more to support switching, ensure the swift roll out of smart meters and increase competition in energy markets."The big six energy companies have also reacted to the findings, and say they will look carefully at the report and its recommendations."Throughout this process and since we first called Peuterey Women's Short Down Coat
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