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Scottish Affairs Committee
Report published 25 July 2016. Government Response published 21 October 2016.
Evidence given by Lindsay McQuade, Policy and Innovation Director, ScottishPower; Kersti Berge, Head of Scotland, Ofgem, Phil Sheppard, Director of System Operator Operations, National Grid, and Andrew Huthwaite, Director of Commercial and Connections, Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution (SSEPD) (at 1.00pm); Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Scottish Government, and Chris Stark, Head of Energy Division, Scottish Government (at 2.00pm).
Evidence given by Lord Dunlop, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland, Andrea Leadsom MP, Minister of State, and Tom Luff, Head of Onshore Electricity Networks, Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Evidence given by Gareth Williams, Head of Policy, Scottish Council for Development and IndustryDr John Constable, Director, Renewable Energy Foundation, Professor Iain McLeod, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland and the Scientific Alliance Scotland, Linda Holt, Scotland Against Spin
Evidence given by Niall Stuart, Chief Executive, Scottish RenewablesAndy Kerr, Executive Director, Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, Professor Keith Bell, Co-Director, UK Energy Research Centre, Simon Skillings, Senior Associate, E3G
Evidence given by Matthew Bell, Chief Executive, and Professor Jim Skea, Committee on Climate Change.
Evidence given by Counsellor Stephen Hagan, Spokesperson for Development, Economy and Sustainability and Lorna Richardson, Policy Manager, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, and Felix Wight, Development Manager, Community Energy Scotland; Ian Johnstone, Senior Consultant, Aquatera, Alistair Gray, Chairman, Hammars Hill Energy, and Neil Kermode, Managing Director, European Marine Energy Centre (at 2.00pm).
Evidence given by Joan MacNaughton, Executive Chair of the World Energy Trilemma Study Group for the World Energy Council, Angus McCrone, Chief Editor, Bloomberg New Energy Finance