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Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Report in progress
This inquiry examines the implications of the UK's departure from the EU on the energy sector and the UK’s national climate change commitments and determine which policy areas should be prioritised for continued cooperation during the exit negotiation process.
The UK energy sector has extensive links with the EU through trade, directives and interconnection. While Member States, including the UK, retain sovereignty over their energy mix, substantial parts of UK energy policy have been driven by EU-wide directives and proposals. The UK's climate change agenda has similarly been shaped by a mixture of national and international policies, including EU initiatives.
Evidence given by The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Jesse Norman MP, Under Secretary of State for Industry and Energy, and Nick Hurd MP, Under Secretary of State for Climate Change, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee questions Secretary of State on energy and climate change policy