Who sets the price of my gas and electric energy?
It is the person or company resupplying the tenanted property for energy who sets the price. This is normally the landlord or agency managing the property who has control over setting tariffs at the meter. The price of electricity and gas should be the same price as that paid by the person who is reselling it, including any standing charges.
For commercial or industrial premises such as shops and offices the maximum resale price does not apply. However if the proprietor of a shop happens to resell energy to a tenant in a flat above the shop, the maximum resale price will apply in respect of resale to the domestic tenant.