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|| How lack of effective hedging dropped UK 7th largest energy firm into insolvency

News organizations are reporting on how Bulb Energy, the UK energy supplier, dropped into administration because it was unable to hedge effectively against surging wholesale energy prices.

Since then, the UK regulator Ofgem has announced it is introducing new measures to ensure suppliers hedge properly, the City AM is reporting. (as well as FT and Bloomberg behind paywalls)

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