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The Energy and Climate Change Committee holds its fourth evidence session for its inquiry on the future of Britain’s electricity networks at 9.45am in the Grimond Room, Portcullis House.
The Committee will hear from Energy Networks Association, the trade association representing the network operators, and the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the professional body for engineering and technology professionals.
The session will cover a range of issues, including:
Further evidence sessions for this inquiry will take place later in May.
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