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Committee takes evidence on low carbon network infrastructure

10 December 2015

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The Energy and Climate Change Committee begins its inquiry into the low carbon network infrastructure looking at current and future network development.


Tuesday 15 December 2015, the Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House

At 10.45am

  • Chris Morrison, Head of Energy Construction Services, Distributed Energy and Power, Centrica
  • Scott Mathieson, Director, Network Planning and Regulation, Scottish Power Energy Networks

Purpose of session

This session will take a broad view of current and future network development, including:

  • Trends in energy demand and generation
  • The challenges and opportunities these present for networks
  • The future of innovation, regulation and governance in the network sector

Further information

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