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

Kenny MacAskill: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, whether her Department has a policy on the production of green ammonia from hydrogen and renewable energy.

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

Graham Stuart: The Hydrogen Production Business Model will provide revenue support to producers to overcome the operating cost gap between low carbon hydrogen and high carbon alternatives. This will provide a contractual, producer-focused business model that could facilitate hydrogen use in a broad range of sectors, including low carbon ammonia production. The Net Zero Hydrogen Fund will help to stimulate...

Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 148 - Guidance (17 Oct 2023)

Peter Aldous: ...lying and prone to flooding, and we are the driest region in the UK. That said, we have great economic opportunities arising from the low-carbon economy, in the form of offshore wind, nuclear and hydrogen. Local authorities and local business in the eastern region have innovative plans to best address these threats and to maximise the benefits arising from these opportunities. However, as...

4. Statement by the Minister for Economy: Regional Economic Development (17 Oct 2023)

Paul Davies: the city regions and growth deals and as the Minister has made clear, they continue to identify and develop opportunities for growth. For example, in north Wales I'm also pleased that Holyhead Hydrogen Hub has become part of the north Wales growth deal. I also agree with the Minister that Newport’s compound semiconductor cluster has a real opportunity to become a global leader, and...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy: Fossil Fuels (17 Oct 2023)

Graham Stuart: its Sixth Carbon Budget advice. By 2050 oil use will become increasingly concentrated in aviation and gas will be used with carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) to generate electricity and hydrogen. Global outlooks also point to the need for continued, but declining, oil and gas use, highlighting the importance of CCUS.

Net Zero by 2050 (16 Oct 2023)

Robert Goodwill: ...all those air source heat pumps, we will need an awful lot of electricity at peak times. We will also be producing a lot of electricity at off-peak times. Does the Secretary of State agree that hydrogen will have an important part to play in powering heavy vehicles and heating homes? If we are to do that, we need to make sure that our gas grid does not become a stranded asset, because we...

Net Zero (Economic Affairs Committee Report) - Motion to Take Note (16 Oct 2023)

Lord Callanan: ...than just saying that they support it. We will then be able to get it on to the statute book and proceed to the secondary legislation, which will result from the primary powers, on things such as hydrogen, CCUS, et cetera.

2. Business Statement and Announcement (10 Oct 2023)

Rhun ap Iorwerth: May I ask for a statement from the Minister for Climate Change on the Welsh Government strategy to take advantage of Wales's potential in the area of hydrogen? Indeed, a joint statement by the Minister for Climate Change and the Minister for economic development would be very useful, because there is such an opportunity here to create jobs, as well as to respond to environmental challenges. I...

Scottish Parliament: Climate Cafés ( 5 Oct 2023)

Audrey Nicoll: ...Skills, Circular Economy and Biodiversity, Lorna Slater, as well as from Skills Development Scotland and Borders College. Participants asked a wide range of questions, covering everything from hydrogen to skills passports, women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and what a circular economy is. I cannot talk about community participation in the context of climate without...

Scottish Parliament: Energy Bill ( 4 Oct 2023)

Gillian Martin: ...UK Government’s original intentions. The bill has also been amended to include detailed consultation requirements for a number of clauses relating to carbon capture, utilisation and storage, and hydrogen, and the UK Government has committed to setting up a ministerial working group on CCUS, which will enable us to drive forward work that is vital to delivering our net zero ambitions....

Hydrogen Technology (27 Sep 2023)

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Scottish Parliament: Small Modular Nuclear Reactors (Economic Benefits) (27 Sep 2023)

Gillian Martin: ...become operational. It would be expensive and so would push up household bills. As we have set out in our draft energy strategy and just transition plan, significant growth in renewables, storage, hydrogen and carbon capture provide the best pathway to net zero and will offer a climate-friendly energy system that delivers affordable, resilient and clean energy for Scotland.

3. Statement by the Minister for Climate Change: Net-zero Commitments (26 Sep 2023)

Julie James: ...s being produced has to be switched off because it can't balance across the grid. If you directed some of that and put an incentive scheme in place to put electrolysers in, you'd be producing green hydrogen out of that energy, even before you've upgraded the grid. We've been pushing what are really pretty modest investment schemes that would transform the ability of people to green their...

Scottish Parliament: Climate Emergency (26 Sep 2023)

Màiri McAllan: ...Boyack is also right about recycling. I know that Renewable Parts and others are helping to lead that as an industry in and of itself. In energy, we are also investing £100 million in renewable hydrogen projects during the current parliamentary session, and we have awarded an additional £15 million to support a hydrogen hub in Aberdeen. In transport, since launching the young persons...

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...

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