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King’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) ( 8 Nov 2023)

Lord Houchen of High Leven: ...mean, if you ever travel through Teesside Airport, you do not have to take liquids or electronics out of your hand luggage. We were the first in the country for that. We are also home to the UK hydrogen transport centre. We have opened new cargo facilities, and have seen our highest number of passengers this year for the last 12 years. All that culminated just a few weeks ago in Teesside...

British Steel ( 8 Nov 2023)

Jonathan Reynolds: ...about a future business model? In addition, is it correct to say that a DRI—direct reduced iron—solution could not go forward because of uncertainty over the Government plans for green hydrogen, which would obviously be essential for a DRI business model? Thirdly, do the Government recognise the figure of 2,000 job losses, and will the Minister confirm that this is the net figure...

9. Statement by the Minister for Economy: Tata Steel ( 7 Nov 2023)

Vikki Howells: ...on what is, of course, a crucial industry for us, both as a key component of the Welsh economy and in terms of our national security also. I'm pleased to hear you reaffirm your commitment to hydrogen as an alternative to the heavy end. I think it's really important that, in the absence of a clear and progressive long-term strategy from UK Government, the Welsh Government articulates an...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] ( 7 Nov 2023)

Stephen Flynn: ...that there would be further or new financial mechanisms to support tidal power in Scotland, which is world-leading. There was no indication that there would be financial mechanisms to deliver green hydrogen at scale, not just for people in these isles but throughout the European continent. There was no indication whatsoever that this Government were going to fix the failure of the offshore...

Scottish Parliament: Ferry Services ( 7 Nov 2023)

Ben Macpherson: ...Government’s response indicates that CMAL will consider that “where possible”. A new UK plan is anticipated this year, and international counterparts are already operating fully electric and hydrogen ferries, as Beatrice Wishart emphasised in her speech. The committee urges the Scottish Government to demonstrate ambition, and we are grateful to the minister for setting that out in...

Hydrogen Production ( 1 Nov 2023)

Hydrogen Production

Transport: Electric Vehicles (26 Oct 2023)

Heather Wheeler: I thank my right hon. Friend for his answer. As he knows, in South Derbyshire in the Toyota factory we have groundbreaking hydrogen technology, so I would ask, what is the Minister doing to ensure that the charging infrastructure is in place across rural areas, for both electric and hydrogen vehicles?

Renewable Energy Providers: Planning Considerations — [Siobhain McDonagh in the Chair] (25 Oct 2023)

Jacob Young: ...out, there is a growing need to diversify our energy sector by growing our nuclear sector, increasing our capacity for renewables across solar, onshore wind and offshore wind, and exploring how hydrogen can be incorporated into the domestic energy supply mix. Our “Powering Up Britain” policy paper, which was launched in March this year, made clear how important the planning system is...

Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Oct 2023)

Aaron Bell: ...breaches of its permit; we now learn that for the past seven years, all of its monitoring equipment—including in your constituency, Mr Speaker—has been grossly under-recording levels of hydrogen sulphide by a factor of approximately two or three. That is the monitoring equipment that people have been relying on to tell them that their air is clean and safe to breathe. Given everything...

Energy Bill [HL] - Commons Reason: Motion A (24 Oct 2023)

Lord Callanan: .... At every industry forum that I have done for the last six months, I have been asked the obligatory question, “When will the Energy Bill get Royal Assent?”. Whether it be the CCUS sector, the hydrogen sector or the smart meter sector, as well as the community energy sector, every stakeholder group in this area is keen to get this legislation on the statute book. I know the House had...

1. Questions to the First Minister: Lithium-ion Battery Farms (24 Oct 2023)

Mark Drakeford: Well, Llywydd, the renewable energy of the future, including hydrogen and other forms of renewable energy, will require a capacity to store the energy that is produced in that way, so that its use can be then smoothed across the many demands that happen over a 24-hour period. And when there are new technologies being deployed, it is inevitable that you have to have a closer scrutiny of them...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: North Sea Transition Authority: Standards (24 Oct 2023)

Graham Stuart: .... The Authority plays a crucial role in helping to achieve the Government's commitment to reach net zero emissions by 2050 while supporting energy resilience and the drive to develop home-grown hydrogen and carbon storage.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Natural Gas: Hydrogen (24 Oct 2023)

Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, what her Department's planned timescale is for making a decision on whether to blend up to 20% hydrogen by volume into gas distribution networks.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Trains: Carbon Emissions (20 Oct 2023)

Stephen Morgan: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what recent assessment he has made of the impact of the roll-out of (a) hydrogen and (b) battery power technologies on emissions from trains.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Renewable Energy: Storage (20 Oct 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...developing an appropriate policy framework by 2024 to enable investment and deploy sufficient storage to balance the system. The Department is planning to consult on the framework this year. On hydrogen storage, the Government has set out its preferred hydrogen storage business model to unlock private sector investment and remove barriers. The Government has secured amendments to the...

Backbench Business: Contracts for Difference Scheme (19 Oct 2023)

Jeff Smith: ...least 5 GW of capacity; more than tripling solar power to 50 GW; and more than doubling our onshore wind capacity to 35 GW, in addition to ambitious plans for nuclear, carbon capture and storage, hydrogen, and long- term energy storage. Successful administration of the contracts for difference scheme as part of a wider strategy will be important in achieving that aim. If we are to...

Green Energy: Ports — [Judith Cummins in the Chair] (18 Oct 2023)

Graham Stuart: ..., we then have the long-term opportunity to export it. If we can capture more than enough of that energy to meet our own needs, we can export it directly. We could also convert it into green hydrogen, and we can export that. We can also bring in the carbon that will still necessarily be emitted by certain industries and our western European neighbours and put that into the 78 gigatonnes of...

1. Questions to the Minister for Economy: A Net-zero Economy (18 Oct 2023)

Vaughan Gething: I'm very keen to see more investment in hydrogen, and actually the north Wales growth deal has indicated its support for the Holyhead hydrogen hub. We want to see that right across north Wales, and indeed in south Wales too. But for this to happen, it will require real UK Government investment. You can't create the hydrogen networks required without UK investment, and that is what is lacking....

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Renewable Energy (18 Oct 2023)

Kenny MacAskill: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, whether renewable energy (a) brought ashore for battery storage and hydrogen and (b) not connected to the national grid is subject to grid connection charges or other imposed regulatory costs.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Electricity: Storage (18 Oct 2023)

David Duguid: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, what recent steps her Department has taken to increase the rate of installation of (a) carbon capture and storage, (b) hydrogen and (c) other (i) low-carbon and (ii) flexible backup electricity power technologies.

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