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Energy revolution: what could change the energy sector?

24 March 2016

The Energy and Climate Change Committee launches an inquiry exploring what disruptive technologies and innovation could transform the future energy sector.

What we want to know

As a first step in this inquiry, the Energy and Climate Change Committee is seeking answers to a single question:

"Which innovations have the greatest potential to revolutionise energy markets, and why?"

Please refer to no more than 3. We will look at your ideas and shortlist a few to look at in more detail.

Send us a submission

For this inquiry, the Committee is seeking—and encourages—both written submissions (of up to 1,000 words) and short video submissions (of up to 30 seconds). This is an opportunity for you to tell us, and even to show us, the innovations that could transform the energy sector. Your enthusiasm and visions for an Energy Revolution will help shape the direction of the Committee’s work.

To send a video submission: Share it with us on Twitter (our handle is @CommonsECC) with the inquiry hashtag #NewEnergyTech.

The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 3 May 2016.

Terms and Conditions for user-generated content

By sending us your audio-visual content you agree and accept our terms and conditions:

  • You will own your content and can continue to use it as you wish.   However, by sending this content to us, you allow us to use your content online or to reference it in printed material at any time without further accountability to you
  • You must have the consent of all people featured in your video or audio and everyone must be over 16 years of age
  • Your video or audio must be your own work and not copied from anyone else, or feature anyone else's material – such as music – unless you have got their permission
  • Your content will not be covered by Parliamentary Privilege so be careful about what you say (you must not say untrue things about people or companies, or mention any court cases or arrests)
  • You must not reveal any private information about yourself or anyone else, such as contact details in your video or audio clip
  • You must not include anything that is obscene, indecent or offensive

Please note:

  • If we reference your material this does not mean official approval of your company, charity, or group by Parliament or the Energy and Climate Change Committee
  • The purpose of this inquiry is to consider technologies and innovations in general rather than advocate for particular commercial product

Parliament is not responsible for content on third party websites.

Further information

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