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The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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Energy news from UK Parliament.

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MPs to hold a debate on floating offshore wind and Allocation Round 6 of the Contracts for Difference Scheme
MPs to hold a debate on floating offshore wind and Allocation Round 6 of the Contracts for Difference Scheme
21 May 2024
EAC Chair welcomes clarity on rural solar farms
EAC Chair welcomes clarity on rural solar farms
15 May 2024
Automated Vehicles Bill completes journey through Parliament
Members consider Commons changes on Welsh ministers as draft legislation set to become law.
09 May 2024
MPs to hold a debate on pylons and upgrades to the national grid
MPs to hold a debate on pylons and upgrades to the national grid
29 April 2024
Pre-appointment of the Chair of the National Energy System Operator: ESNZ Committee approves Government preferred candidate Dr Paul Golby
The Energy Security and Net Zero Committee has approved the appointment of Dr Paul Golby as Chair of the new National Energy System Operator (NESO)
26 April 2024
Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill begins detailed scrutiny in the Lords
Lords discuss banning flaring and venting for new offshore installations during line by line scrutiny of the bill. Catch up
24 April 2024
Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill debated in the Lords
Members discuss draft law to regulate licensing rounds for North Sea oil. Catch up
27 March 2024
MPs to hold a debate on large-scale solar farms
MPs to hold a debate on large-scale solar farms
18 March 2024
Government must ‘act now’ on energy storage or risk energy security and Net Zero
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee publishes report - Long-duration energy storage: get on with it
13 March 2024
Four short debates in the Lords
A national housing strategy, the AUKUS agreement, burying overhead transmission lines and health workers in Myanmar up for debate in the House of Lords. Catch up
01 March 2024
Government encouraged to engage fully with EAC recommendations for boosting financial sector’s role in achieving net zero
The Government has confirmed that it will not introduce quarterly reporting on how it is meeting net zero targets when it rolls out new oil and gas licences in the North Sea
23 February 2024
Lords concludes examination of Automated Vehicles Bill
Final chance to 'tidy-up' bill. Catch up
20 February 2024
The UK’s electric vehicle strategy needs a rapid recharge says Lords Committee
The Environment and Climate Change Committee publishes its report on electric vehicles
06 February 2024
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