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The Committee has finished taking evidence on this inquiry and published its report on 12 July 2012.
The Energy and Climate Change Committee is holding an inquiry to examine the draft Bill with a view to reporting soon after the House rises for the summer recess (17 July). This is to ensure that the Committee's conclusions and recommendations can feed into preparations for the introduction of a real Bill in the autumn.
Committee publishes findings of Energy Bill pre-legislative scrutiny
Committee to publish report on Monday 23 July
Committee will hear evidence from National Grid and the Department of Energy and Climate Change
Energy and Climate Change Committee announces further evidence sessions
First evidence session to be held on Tuesday 12 June
Energy and Climate Change Committee invites written submissions
Report, together with formal minutes
Volume II: oral and written evidence
Volume III: additional written evidence