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Inquiry Status: Report published and Government response received
In this inquiry the Committee considered what should constitute ‘subsidy’, the extent of energy subsidies in the UK for nuclear energy, fossil fuel energy and renewables, and what the Government should be doing to identify and eliminate those subsidies which are — using the UN’s terminology — "harmful".
Environmental Audit to publish Government Respons on Monday 3 March 2014
Environmental Audit Committee publishes report on energy subsidies
Environmental Audit Committee announces the forthcoming publication of its report on Energy Subsidies
Environmental Audit Committee hold final evidence session of inquiry
Environmental Audit Committee takes evidence on Energy subsidies
EAC to hold evidence session at 10.00am on Wednesday 10 July
This session will explore international issues connected to energy subsidies
The Environmental Audit Committee is today launching a new inquiry into Energy Subsidies in the UK.
Environmental Audit Committee to take evidence from Dr William Blyth of Oxford Energy Associates
To provide the foundation for a new inquiry on energy subsidies, the Committee is inviting bids – by 26 February – to undertake analysis on how energy subsidies are defined, and their extent in the UK.
Volume I: Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence
Volume II: additional written evidence
Most, but not all, Select Committee inquiries are conducted as follows:
Not all inquiries result in a Report