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6. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: Government Response to the ‘Developing the UK Emissions Trading Scheme’ Consultation ( 4 Jul 2023)

Julie James: ...discussion with the UK Government, the Scots Government and the Northern Irish Executive, as it is at the moment, about the technology availability. Wales, for example, participates in the hydrogen HyNet—. I've forgotten the name of it now. It's gone out of my head completely. The HyNet trial case in north Wales. We participate in that. We have some carbon capture technology being...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Alternative Fuels and Carbon Capture and Storage ( 4 Jul 2023)

Caroline Dinenage: taking steps to help ensure that (a) communities and businesses in the South of England and (b) national industries are able participate in (i) carbon capture storage and (ii) the production of hydrogen and sustainable aviation and marine fuels.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Hydrogen ( 4 Jul 2023)

Alan Whitehead: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, whether he has made a recent assessment of the potential merits of blending hydrogen into the gas transmission network.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Hydrogen: Production ( 4 Jul 2023)

Lia Nici: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, what steps his Department is taking to support the production of green hydrogen.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Africa: Higher Education ( 4 Jul 2023)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...frequently engage with UK and African institutions to enhance equitable science partnerships. For example, HMG Science and Innovation officials were instrumental in supporting the signing of a hydrogen collaboration MoU between the universities of Stellenbosch and Teeside during the State visit to the UK, and HMG continues to fund bilateral research chairs in South Africa (SA), which has...

Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy Transition Projects: Scotland ( 4 Jul 2023)

Virginia Crosbie: ..., but my question is: how are the UK Government investing in grid capacity in Wales? In Wales, such investment is crucial if we are to support energy transition projects such as the Holyhead hydrogen hub, Minesto, Morlais, BP Mona, Lightsource BP and, of course, new nuclear at Wylfa.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy Intensive Industries: Decarbonisation ( 4 Jul 2023)

Graham Stuart: The Government are investing billions to support the development and deployment of carbon capture, utilisation and storage, hydrogen and other decarbonisation technologies, and have a range of policies supporting industrial decarbonisation, such as the industrial energy transformation fund and local industrial decarbonisation plans.

Energy Security and Net Zero: Lithium-ion Battery Storage Facilities: Regulation ( 4 Jul 2023)

Barry Sheerman: Will this Government stop chuntering on about batteries and battery storage all the time? Will they get down to JCB and see its innovative new hydrogen fuel car and heavy goods vehicle? Is it not about time that we realised that hydrogen is the future and that this Government should be building a pipeline of hydrogen throughout the country?

Energy Security and Net Zero: Topical Questions ( 4 Jul 2023)

Olivia Blake: The Secretary of State has signalled that his party will finally drop the nonsensical proposed hydrogen levy—another welcome Government U-turn. Will he confirm that it is, in fact, a U-turn? Will he outline exactly how the much-needed investment in green hydrogen technology will be paid for without already struggling households being made to foot the bill? [R]

UK Economy: Growth, Inflation and Productivity - Motion to Take Note (29 Jun 2023)

Viscount Hanworth: ...transport have been the most ambitious among the European nations, but our support for our automotive industry has been the very weakest. We have failed to promote the manufacture of batteries and hydrogen fuel cells, and the inevitable consequence will be the loss of our automotive industry. An industrial transformation aimed at achieving net-zero carbon emissions requires strategic...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill [Lords]: Clause 277 - Extent (29 Jun 2023)

Amendments made: 168, in clause 277, page 243, line 6, at end insert “, except section (Power to modify Gas Act 1986 in relation to hydrogen)”. This amendment is consequential on Amendment 170. Amendment 169, in clause 277, page 243, line 16, at end insert— “(aa) sections (Key definitions for Part), (Designation), (Designation: procedure), (Revocation of designation), (Grant,...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill [Lords]: Clause 278 - Commencement (29 Jun 2023)

...etc relating to modifications under section (Modification of gas transporter licence by Secretary of State)), (Information and advice), (Conditions of gas transporter licences for conveyance of hydrogen), (Secretary of State directions to the GEMA) and (Repeal of Part);”. This amendment provides for the new clauses that are intended to form a new Part, to be inserted after Part 2, to...

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill [Lords]: Title (29 Jun 2023)

Andrew Bowie: The amendments simply make changes to the Bill’s long title to reflect amendments made in Committee. The amendments reflect the introduction of measures on greenhouse gas removals, hydrogen transport and storage, and energy-intensive industries, and ensure that they are reflected in the Bill’s long title.

Public Bill Committee: Energy Bill [Lords]: Clause 274 - Power to make consequential provision (29 Jun 2023)

Andrew Bowie: ...—[Laughter.] Government amendment 171 is consequential on the previously debated new clauses associated with providing powers to the Secretary of State to design and allocate a RAB as part of the hydrogen transport business model. It sets out that these new clauses come into force two months after Royal Assent. Government amendment 172 is consequential on the previously debated...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Iron and Steel: Environment Protection (29 Jun 2023)

Nusrat Ghani: ...sector to support its decarbonisation efforts and we have already established various funding schemes such as the Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) and the Industrial Decarbonisation and Hydrogen Revenue Support (IDHRS) in this regard. A decision on the Clean Steel Fund has not yet been taken as we are continuing to work with the sector to understand its decarbonisation...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Hydrogen (29 Jun 2023)

Ranil Jayawardena: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, whether his Department is taking steps to develop a strategic vision for the blending of hydrogen as part of a transition to the use of hydrogen alone.

Business and Trade: Battery Sector (29 Jun 2023)

Barry Sheerman: Will the Secretary of State be slightly cautious about a battery-driven future? I recently visited JCB, which has developed a hydrogen combustion engine that is working well with heavy vehicles. Hydrogen is moving very fast indeed. Will she encourage the production of hydrogen and visit JCB just to see the really innovative work that it is doing? Will she stop the Transport Minister in the...

Business and Trade: Topical Questions (29 Jun 2023)

Siobhan Baillie: I am concerned that the UK is being left behind on hydrogen internal combustion engines. The EU and the USA are now recognising hydrogen combustion engines as zero emission, but the UK is refusing, which means that the automotive transformation fund for industrialising the technology is not available. I am working with brilliant companies such as BorgWarner in Stonehouse and the Renewable...

Rosebank Oilfield: Environmental Impacts (28 Jun 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...very supply chain that we need for the transition. The Climate Change Committee and every international body looking at this issue say that we need carbon capture, usage and storage, and we need hydrogen. Which companies, capabilities or engineering capacities are going to deliver those? It will be the jobs, people, balance sheets and skills that are vested in the traditional oil and gas...

Scotland: Support for the Energy Industry (28 Jun 2023)

Alexander Stafford: It is great to hear a cheer for the Secretary of State as he stood up. I am sure he agrees that hydrogen production will be vital to meeting both the UK’s energy needs and our net zero targets. Will he set out what the UK Government are doing to promote the development and production of hydrogen in Scotland?

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