EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee

Brexit: energy security inquiry

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Inquiry announced 11 July 2017.

Scope of inquiry

The EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee is conducting a short inquiry to examine the implications of Brexit for energy security in the UK. The inquiry will take evidence from a range of key stakeholders, including government, key industry representatives, and academic experts.
The inquiry aims to highlight the issues the Government will need to consider when developing a new energy relationship with the EU.

Latest evidence

  • 13 Sep 2017 - Brexit: energy security - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF275 KB) Published 18 Sep 2017

    Evidence given by Silke Goldberg, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP; Robin McCormick, General Manager, SONI; Dr Owen Wilson, Chief Executive, Electricity Association of Ireland Dr Jenifer Baxter, Head of Energy and Environment, Institution of Mechanical Engineers; Dr Mina Golshan, Deputy Chief Inspector, Office for Nuclear Regulation; Angela Hepworth, Corporate Policy and Regulation Director, EDF

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  • 06 Sep 2017 - Brexit: energy security - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF274 KB) Published 11 Sep 2017

    Evidence given by Joseph Dutton, Policy Adviser, E3G; Georgina Wright, Research Assistant and Co-ordinator, Europe, Chatham House; Malcolm Keay, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. Lawrence Slade, Chief Executive, Energy UK; Phil Sheppard, Director of UK Systems Operation, National Grid; Ian Graves, Director of European Business Development, National Grid.

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18 October 2017 10:00 am

Oral Evidence Session

Brexit: energy security
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(at 10:30 am)
Ambassador Jean-Christophe Fueeg, Head International Energy Affairs, Swiss Federal Office of Energy


Room 2, Palace of Westminster

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