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Science and Technology Committee (Lords)
Report and Government Response published. Debate to take place in Chamber.
Energy policy in the UK focusses on balancing three interconnected demands: energy security, affordability and decarbonisation. This is known as the energy trilemma. Within this framework, this inquiry looks specifically at the current and future contribution of science and technology to ensuring the resilience of the UK’s electricity infrastructure.
The inquiry is exploring areas including electricity generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure.
Read all transcripts, written evidence, members interests' relating to the inquiry and other material related to the resilience of electricity infrastructure inquiry.
Science and Technology Committee concludes 'safety net' capacity has brought costs for taxpayer