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Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage: Scotland (22 Sep 2023)

Neale Hanvey: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, with reference to the oral evidence of the Minister for Energy and Climate to the Scottish Affairs Committee's inquiry into Hydrogen and carbon capture in Scotland, HC 83 Q258, on 16 January 2023, across which financial years the £40 million of Government expenditure on the Scottish cluster for carbon capture utilisation and...

6. Plaid Cymru Debate: Green energy (20 Sep 2023)

Delyth Jewell: his full title just as soon as any of the things he does on this area are either right or honourable, because at the moment they are neither. Janet also talked about the need for investing in hydrogen and supporting businesses. I was disturbed, though, to hear about any call for us to keep Ffos-y-fran open, on so many different levels.  Jenny told us about how it would be difficult to...

Climate Change Policies - Private Notice Question (20 Sep 2023)

Lord Callanan: ...are confident that we are on track to meet that as well. We are attracting record amounts of inward investment into this country. I talked earlier about the windfarm industry; we could talk about hydrogen or CCUS—the UK is world-leading on all those policies and many global companies are rushing to invest in the UK. Our difficulty is prioritising some of that investment.

1. Questions to the Minister for Economy: North Wales's Heritage Rail Sector (20 Sep 2023)

Dawn Bowden: ...reduce its reliance on fossil fuels through continued efforts to trial alternative renewable fuels, and we've got examples of biomass logs, wood briquettes, biodiesel and, of course, the use of hydrogen fuel cell engines. So, what I would say, in conclusion, is that Welsh Government absolutely stands ready to support the sector through this transition, and I would encourage heritage...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Namibia: Economic Cooperation (20 Sep 2023)

Andrew Mitchell: ...renewable energy) in African countries. The summit will provide an opportunity to enhance economic cooperation, with particular interest in Namibia's strong and progressive ambitions in the green hydrogen industry, which has strong potential to attract UK investment, fitting the UK's leadership in the renewable energy sector.

3. Statement by the Minister for Economy: The Steel Industry (19 Sep 2023)

Huw Irranca-Davies: from the UK Government far beyond what is currently on offer, more akin, indeed, to other nations within Europe, and where alternatives to electric arc are also being explored—the move to hydrogen, carbon capture, direct reduced iron models, which have the benefits of not only retaining a broader steel-making capacity, including primary-making steel capacity, but also retaining...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Emissions: Manufacturing Industries (19 Sep 2023)

Lord Callanan: ...found that industrial electricity demand in 2050 could range between 85 and 115 Terawatt hours depending on resource and energy efficiency, and fuel switching choices between electricity and hydrogen. This range builds on the two scenarios presented in the Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, Annex 4. This analysis will evolve over time and continues to be used to inform networks policy,...

Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (19 Sep 2023)

Barry Sheerman: If the Secretary of State is looking for innovation that will make a real difference to economic growth, will she look at not only carbon capture and storage, but hydrogen? Many of the same universities and research establishments are looking at hydrogen as the new energiser for transport and so much else in our lives. Will she put some serious money into both hydrogen and CCS?

Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy-intensive Industries: Decarbonisation (19 Sep 2023)

Stella Creasy: ...import it. The Minister spoke about carbon capture, but can she explain why the Government have not gone for a combination of technologies such as carbon capture, or the retrofitting required for hydrogen-based steel production? That way, we would not only decarbonise the industry but protect those vital jobs and the industry in the UK for generations to come.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Topical Questions (19 Sep 2023)

Tom Randall: The hydrogen industry will, I am sure, welcome the introduction of the hydrogen production business model for green hydrogen, with a further business model planned for next year, but the storage and transportation business model for hydrogen is not due to be finalised until 2025. For customers of companies such as Luxfer Gas Cylinders of Colwick in my Gedling constituency, this is a potential...

UK Automotive Industry (18 Sep 2023)

Jesse Norman: make a transition to zero emission in this area as well, as part of our wider ambition. To support that, there is an HGV and infrastructure demonstrators project that will showcase zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell and battery electric HGV technology at scale in UK fleets, and the Government have already tested such vehicles. Those demonstrators build on the £20 million investment made...

UK Automotive Industry (18 Sep 2023)

Nusrat Ghani: I would love to. More importantly, I was recently at a site where we saw trucks that used hydrogen, ensuring that construction sites achieve their net zero ambitions. Leyland will not be forgotten, due to my hon. Friend’s hard work. Although we are not reinventing the wheel, we are witnessing the biggest transformation this sector has gone through since the first Ford models came off the...

Tata Steel: Port Talbot (18 Sep 2023)

Jonathan Reynolds: ...cut so deep that we still feel them today? Why were the workforce not involved in this process? Why has only one technology—the electric arc furnace—been chosen? What consideration was given to hydrogen and carbon capture possibilities? We already know that this deal was not the company’s opening proposal, so what other options have been considered? Crucially, what will happen to...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Training: Offshore Industry (18 Sep 2023)

Robert Halfon: carrying out sectoral assessments through industry-expert task and finish groups to consider current and future demand for skills including for power generation, oil and gas, carbon capture, and hydrogen. Please refer to the North Sea Transition Authority for further information on the work ongoing to ensure workers in offshore oil and gas have the skills they need for the green...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Emissions (18 Sep 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...2021/22, UK government spent £1.975 billion on energy research, development and demonstration. This included support for net zero innovation projects across energy efficiency, renewables, nuclear, hydrogen, carbon capture utilisation and storage, power and storage technologies as well as cross-cutting research on clean energy solutions.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Emissions: Housing (18 Sep 2023)

Lord Whitty: To ask His Majesty's Government, in relation to their targets for decarbonisation by (1) 2030, and (2) 2035, what approximate proportion of homes they estimate are likely to be powered by (a) hydrogen-based gas, (b) air or ground source heat pumps, and (c) by other forms of electrification.

UK-Chile Relations and 50th Anniversary of Coup in Chile (14 Sep 2023)

David Rutley: a clear climate leader in Latin America. Inspired in part by UK legislation, Chile has legally committed to a net zero target by 2050 and has ambitions to be a leading global producer of green hydrogen. I learned more about that during the Chile Day celebrations this week. There are clear opportunities to benefit both our countries and the planet if we move these initiatives forward....

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Environment Protection: Manufacturing Industries (14 Sep 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...up to 480,000 jobs. The Government is providing investors with long-term certainty over policy and regulatory frameworks to unlock investment and create jobs in green industries such as hydrogen, CCUS, offshore wind and nuclear.

Scottish Parliament: Offshore Wind (14 Sep 2023)

Jackie Dunbar: ...for offshore wind projects in the United Kingdom Government’s latest contract for difference round, what action the Scottish Government is taking to encourage investment in offshore wind and hydrogen power in Scotland. (S6F-02358)

Energy Bill [HL] - Commons Amendments: Motion on Amendments 275 to 338 (12 Sep 2023)

...277, page 243, line 6, leave out “Chapters 1 and 3” and insert “Chapter 1” 280: Clause 277, page 243, line 6, at end insert “, except section (Power to modify Gas Act 1986 in relation to hydrogen)” 281: Clause 277, page 243, line 6, at end insert—“(ca) Chapter 3 of Part 3, except section (Renewable liquid heating fuel obligations);” 282: Clause 277, page 243, line 9,...

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