Renewable energy for heat and transport investigated

02 June 2016

The Energy and Climate Change Committee begins taking evidence on renewable energy for heat and transport.


Tuesday 7 June 2016, Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster

At 9.30am

  • Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Saving Trust
  • Paul Blacklock, Director of Corporate Affairs, Calor Gas
  • Juliet Davenport, Chief Executive Officer, Good Energy
  • Christopher Snelling, Head of National and Regional Policy and Public Affairs, Freight Transport Association
  • Jonathan Murray, Head of Policy and Operations, Low Carbon Vehicles Partnership

Purpose of session

The session will explore a number of issues, including:

  • The UK’s progress on developing renewable energy for heat and transport
  • Barriers to uptake of renewable heating and electric vehicles
  • Consumer impacts of heat electrification

Further information

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