Results 1–20 of 200 for energy speaker:Justin Tomlinson

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Disability (22 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ) is a Disability Confident Leader. While there are no dedicated roles working on Disability Confident, several teams lead work to support the scheme. This includes the recruitment team that ensures activity is compliant with the scheme, and all recruiting managers are provided with information on how to apply the scheme. The department...

Energy Security and Net Zero: Public Ownership of Energy System (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: We have to work with businesses to secure investment. We have secured £300 billion for low-carbon technologies since 2010, as we boost UK energy production, our energy security and, ultimately, deliver cheaper bills for consumers.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Public Ownership of Energy System (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: There is not a single country around the world that thinks Governments alone can deliver increased energy security. By working with businesses, we can unlock the private investment to do it. And talk about irrational: imagine a career politician, the shadow Secretary of State, running UK energy. Consumer bills would rocket.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Public Ownership of Energy System (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: Politicians with zero business experience are high risk. It was not so long ago that the shadow energy security Minister highlighted the success of Robin Hood Energy, backed by Nottingham City Council, which delivered a £38 million loss.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Net Zero: Cost-Benefit Analysis (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: ...of delivering cheaper bills for consumers. This does not have to be a binary choice between tackling climate change and delivering cheaper consumer bills. By investing in a cleaner, more efficient energy system, we can do both.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Net Zero: Cost-Benefit Analysis (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: I thank the hon. Member. As on football, we agree on the principles. The Government are proud to have taken energy-efficient homes from 14% to 50%. Local initiatives can play a key part in that and I would be interested to learn more about the project he highlighted.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Net Zero: Cost-Benefit Analysis (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: The Government are proud to have delivered an additional 43 GW of renewable energy since 2010 alone. We have also introduced planning changes to make it easier to install solar panels on rooftops, including those of industrial buildings, and we can thank consumers for leading the way: an average of 17,000 households a month added solar panels to their roofs last year.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Climate Change (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: My hon. Friend has always championed his local constituents to ensure that they get value for money. We must explore all potential options, local or national, to find the best way to deliver energy security and lower bills in future.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Topical Questions (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: We absolutely will not be backing putting the shadow Secretary of State in charge of UK and British energy companies, piling misery on to consumer bills. We have unlocked £300 billion of public and private investment in low-carbon technology since 2010, with plans for £100 billion more by 2030. Last year alone, we saw an investment of £60 billion; that is up a staggering 71% on the...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Budget Update (21 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: ...government insisted that the option to carry forward over-delivery was essential to incentivise early action. I am also pleased to confirm today that my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero has decided to forego the option to carry forward any over-performance from the third carbon budget to the fourth carbon budget. We are already on track to...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Climate Change Convention (16 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: My Rt hon Friend the Secretary of State continues to have ongoing discussions with colleagues concerning Departmental business. The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero will continue to lead on international climate policy across Government, working closely with other Departments to raise ambition and drive forward action to deliver on the Paris Agreement at COP29 and at other key...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Climate Change and Nature Conservation: Devolution (16 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: DESNZ works closely with the Devolved Administrations on climate and net zero issues, including through the Interministerial Group for Net Zero, Energy and Climate Change which supports effective engagement and collaboration in areas of shared interest between the UK administrations. The group last met on 13 March. Many UK Government departments play a vital role in delivering carbon...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy Supply: Communication (16 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: The Government engages regularly with energy companies and is committed to delivering the energy infrastructure needed for net zero and energy security, while ensuring that individuals are fairly compensated and brought into the process. To install infrastructure, network operators often need access to private land and appropriate compensation, covering both the value of land and any...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Emissions ( 1 May 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: ...is close to finalising its first purchase of international carbon credits in respect of emissions from the Department’s creation to the end of last year. In 2022, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) purchased 151 carbon credits to compensate for the emissions associated with flights taken in 2021 by BEIS Ministers and their support staff. This was at a...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Natural Gas: Russia (30 Apr 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: In 2023, the UK did not import any gas from Russia. The last import of gas from Russia to the UK was in March 2022 (Energy Trends Table 4.4).

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Electricity (30 Apr 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: Total demand and peak demand figures corresponding to the latest scenarios published in Annex O of the Energy and Emission Projections[1] are: 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 Total Demand (TWh) Low 309 362 449 482 535 580 High 310 363 483 563 656 771 Peak Demand (GW) Low 59 74 94 105 119 131 High 59 74 107 139 166 191 [1]...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Liquefied Natural Gas: Imports (30 Apr 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: UK gas demand and imports of gas into the UK as liquified natural gas (LNG) in each of the last 20 years are published in Energy Trends Table 4.1. LNG imports as a proportion of gas demand for each of the last 20 years can be derived from these data. Caution should be taken when inferring that imported LNG met demand due to the interconnected nature of gas pipeline infrastructure (e.g. LNG...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Gas Fired Power Stations and Wind Power: Costs (30 Apr 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: The Department publishes its levelised costs of electricity for a generic plant in the Generation Costs Report, most recently in 2023 (https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/energy-generation -cost-projections). These provide forecasts for 2025 to 2040. Gas CCGT is 114 £/MWh for 2025 and offshore wind is 44 £/MWh for 2025 (2021 price base). Levelised costs use a forecast of gas prices...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Climate Change (25 Apr 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: ...2030 Nationally Determined Contribution, and ultimately for net zero by 2050. Renewables, which have increased from 7% in 2010 to nearly half of our electricity generation, will help ensure our energy security – providing homegrown energy, and reducing our exposure to volatile fossil fuel markets. The UK is home to the five largest operational offshore wind farm projects in the world...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Public Consultation (24 Apr 2024)

Justin Tomlinson: The Department for Energy Security and Net Zero has inherited or published 35 consultations, for which a response by the department is still outstanding:Data sharing regulations for a safeguard energy tariffReview of consents for major energy infrastructure projects and Special Protection AreasImproving the energy performance of privately rented homesImproving home energy performance through...


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