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Y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig i ddechrau derbyn tystiolaeth ar gapasiti grid yng Nghymru
Bydd y Pwyllgor Materion Cymreig yn cynnal y sesiwn dystiolaeth gyntaf yn ei ymchwiliad i Gapasiti grid yng Nghymru.
11 March 2022
Welsh Affairs Committee starts taking evidence on grid capacity in Wales
During this scene-setting session with industry experts, MPs will be exploring the implications of grid capacity issues.
11 March 2022
UK will miss net zero target without urgent action, warns Lords committee
Industry and Regulators Committee publish 'The net zero transformation: delivery, regulation and the consumer'
04 March 2022
Lords debates energy national policy statements
Members discuss government's draft overarching national policy statement for energy. Catch up
23 February 2022
Energy supply and investment inquiry launched by Economic Affairs Committee
Economic Affairs Committee launch inquiry into UK energy supply and investment
10 February 2022
Lords debates rising cost of household energy
Members discuss cost of living and the role of the consumer protection regulatory regime in energy markets. Catch up
04 February 2022
Sizewell Nuclear Power Station
Lords debates the role of civil nuclear power
What is the role of civil nuclear power in meeting UK electricity needs and energy security? Catch up
10 December 2021
What impact could a CBAM have on energy intensive sectors?
The Environmental Audit Committee is to host its second evidence session exploring carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs).
03 December 2021
House of Lords Podcast: what comes after COP?
We discuss COP26, the environment and climate change this month with Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle and Baroness Parminter.
26 November 2021
Lords debates private members’ bills at second reading
Bills on age assurances online, onshore wind and coroners recording suicide factors. Catch up
22 November 2021
Trees in a wood
Lords agrees improvements to Environment Bill
Members agree proposed compromises on courts' powers and reducing the impact of sewage discharges after asking the Commons to think again. Find out more
10 November 2021
International Trade Committee to question Anne-Marie Trevelyan
The International Trade Committee will scrutinise the Government’s ambitions for utilising COP26 to realise its trade ambitions
22 October 2021
Net zero ships and jets being explored by MPs
The Environmental Audit Committee hears from experts on key issues and challenges facing the sectors as they move to decarbonisation
21 October 2021
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