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Nuclear regulator congratulated on its preparations for the end of transition
The Sub-committee writes to the Department for Work and Pensions Minister, regarding the Office for Nuclear Regulation’s (ONR’s) preparations for the end of the transition period
28 October 2020
Experts questioned on current state of UK biodiversity
Environmental Audit Committee examines what the Government should be prioritising ahead of COP15
16 October 2020
Future of carbon pricing examined
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee explores carbon trading and future options on the emissions trading scheme
13 October 2020
MPs to consider the merits and drawbacks of rolling out heat pumps
Committee announces that it will look at electrical, gas and hybrid heat pumps, marking the next phase of its Technological Innovation and Climate Change inquiry
12 October 2020
Chair comments on Prime Minister’s announcement on wind power
Environmental Audit Committee Chair reacts to the Prime Minister’s announcement on UK wind power
06 October 2020
Committee launch Decarbonising heat in homes inquiry
Committee launches an inquiry examining the path to decarbonising heating in homes
02 October 2020
Philip Dunne MP reacts to PM's speech at the UN Climate Action roundtable
Environmental Audit Committee Chairman, Philip Dunne reacts to the Prime Minister’s speech at the UN Climate Action Roundtable.
25 September 2020
Hitachi Wylfa withdrawal a blow to Wales and UK
Chair comments on Hitachi's decision to withdraw from Wylfa nuclear project
16 September 2020
Minister questioned on Electronic Waste and the Circular Economy
Environmental Audit Committee hears from DEFRA Minister as it concludes its inquiry on Electronic Waste and the Circular Economy
14 September 2020
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Lords questions to government on 21 May
Support for the unemployed and hospital patient safety on the agenda
20 May 2020
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New inquiry: Energy efficiency of existing homes
Lack of energy efficiency measures for homes is the focus of new Committee inquiry
18 May 2020
Chair comments on National Audit Office's report on the MoD
Environmental Audit Committee Chair comments on NAO report on the Ministry of Defence: Environmental sustainability overview
13 May 2020
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Is hydrogen a viable low-carbon energy source for the UK?
Committee launches a session exploring hydrogen production, distribution and potential application
07 May 2020
Lords discusses green economy
Members debate investment to meet zero carbon targets
13 March 2020
What next for international carbon markets?
EU Energy and Environment Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 11 March
11 March 2020
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