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A Session is a parliamentary year. Following the 2011 Fixed-term Parliament Act Sessions typically begin in May and run for 12 months.
Select committees conduct inquiries and produce reports on a range of matters, from the conduct of Government to specialist subject areas.
Letter from the Chief Executive Dr Nina Skorupska CBE
Letter to the Chair from ScottishPower regarding sales tactics
Letter to the Chair from Centrica regarding sales tactics
Letter to the Chair from Npower regarding sales tactics
Letter to the Chair from EDF regarding sales tactics
Letter to Chair from E.ON regarding sales tactics
Letter from Ofgem citing examples of successful projects funded through Ofgem's innovation allowances
Letter to the Chair regarding the impact of energy policy on energy intensive industries
Chair's letter to Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP regarding the Warm Homes Discount
Chair's letter to SSE regarding allegations of misleading sales tactics at SSE
Letter to the Chair from SSE regarding the allegations of misleading sales tactics
Further evidence from the Oil and Gas Authority to 11 May 2016 evidence session
Letter from Emmanuel Macron, French Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry, in regards to the Hinkley Point C project
Read archived publications prior to April 2010.