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Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Hydrogen (17 Jul 2023)

Alan Whitehead: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, pursuant to the Answer of 4 July 2023 to Questions 191725, 191726 and 191727 on Hydrogen, what the additional considerations associated with transmission level blending are.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Emissions (13 Jul 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...for fuel switching through the Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF), and the Industrial Fuel Switching Competition (IFSC). Additionally, Government launched the £240 million Net Zero Hydrogen Fund in April 2022 and continues to support early movers in industry. The Government will launch a Call for Evidence this year, seeking industry and other stakeholder views on overcoming...

11. Plaid Cymru Debate: The Crown Estate (12 Jul 2023)

Janet Finch-Saunders: Rather than wasting time on constitutional change, let's all work together on focusing and progressing green innovation. We should all be aspiring to have a hydrogen neighbourhood trial delivered, and as soon as possible. The creation of incentives for hydrogen taxi fleets could be here in Wales, and work with Ireland on a project to have hydrogen ferries sailing between Irish and Welsh ports...

Cement Industry: Carbon Dioxide - Question (12 Jul 2023)

Lord Callanan: ...Mineral Products Association to develop a low-carbon fuel mix for cement. It held a trial at Hanson’s Ribblesdale plant and Tarmac’s Tunstead plant using a mix of 100% net-zero fuels, including hydrogen.

Automotive Industry (12 Jul 2023)

Matt Western: ..., of course, the rules of origin issue, which is so critical. I will then touch on energy and the other import costs that are a real drag on investment in the UK, as well as the need for an EV and hydrogen infrastructure mandate if we are to get the sector going. The transition needs a clear industrial strategy; it needs to become a political priority. Sadly, the words “industrial...

5. Questions to the Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales, and Trefnydd: Energy Infrastructure Development (12 Jul 2023)

Lesley Griffiths: ...of months ago in relation to renewable energy, because we know north Wales has many opportunities in the area for really innovative energy technologies, and there are lots of opportunities with hydrogen as well. You refer to some projects that are being discussed—I think you mentioned Denbighshire mainly—and it is really important that when—. We need to get our energy from renewable...

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: Iron and Steel: Environment Protection (12 Jul 2023)

Nusrat Ghani: ...lower carbon iron and steel production. In the meantime, there are well established funding schemes such as the Industrial Energy Transformation Fund (IETF) and the Industrial Decarbonisation and Hydrogen Revenue Support (IDHRS) that the Steel sector can access in this regard. In February, we announced the British Industry Supercharger – decisive measures to reduce energy costs for...

Renewable Energy in the East of England (11 Jul 2023)

Graham Stuart: ..., rather less generation coming through than actually occurs. However, we are now operating on an annual basis, so that we can better respond to those issues. My hon. Friend also talked about hydrogen and the role of the east of England in being able to deliver it, not least in Bacton, Felixstowe and the agriculture sector. Like him, I am very excited about hydrogen. If we can properly...

Written Answers — Treasury: Carbon Emissions: Finance (11 Jul 2023)

Gareth Davies: ...£20 billion investment in the early development of CCUS to help meet the Government’s climate commitments.He also confirmed the first 15 winning projects from the £240 million Net Zero Hydrogen Fund, and announced a shortlist of 20 projects for due diligence in the first electrolytic hydrogen allocation round.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Ceramics: Carbon Emissions (11 Jul 2023)

Graham Stuart: committed to working with the ceramics industry to support decarbonisation. Innovative ceramics fuel mixes were supported through the Industrial Fuel Switching competition, with £300,000 for hydrogen trials in Stoke. On 5 June the Government launched the Local Industrial Decarbonisation Plans competition, which will provide support to local areas and could further support initiatives...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Iron and Steel: Carbon Emissions (11 Jul 2023)

Bill Esterson: ...June 2023, what assessment he has made of the implications for his policies of the findings in that report on the potential impact of the time expected to be taken to make a decision on the use of hydrogen for home heating on (a) the growth of supply chains for low carbon heat and (b) progress on developing infrastructure for (i) power and (ii) hydrogen.

Written Answers — Department for Business and Trade: UK Export Finance (10 Jul 2023)

Nigel Huddleston: UKEF about the nature of support available, but have not yet made formal applications. UKEF has also supported other transactions during the year relating to the construction of electric and hydrogen vehicles, including buses.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Carbon Emissions: Yorkshire and the Humber ( 7 Jul 2023)

Emma Hardy: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero, what assessment has he made of the potential impact of (a) carbon capture and storage and (b) hydrogen power on decarbonisation of the Humber industrial region.

Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Adult and Further Education ( 5 Jul 2023)

Peter Aldous: ...s UK offshore wind fleet is anchored off the Suffolk and Norfolk coast. Sizewell C will be one of the largest construction projects in the world. There is enormous potential for retrofitting, for hydrogen and carbon capture, and for the oil and gas infrastructure, both in the southern North sea and running through East Anglia to serve much of the UK. East Coast College is doing great work...

Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy Infrastructure ( 5 Jul 2023)

Andrew Bowie: ...on imported fossil fuels and ensuring affordable energy for our citizens. We find ourselves facing the unprecedented task of transforming our infrastructure, including electricity generation, hydrogen production and energy networks among other areas. This transformation is vital not just for a huge range of sectors but for the nation as we improve our energy security following the events...

1. Questions to the Minister for Climate Change: Biodiversity ( 5 Jul 2023)

Julie James: ...vital in reaching net zero and tackling both the climate and nature emergencies. We're very committed to the transition to a clean energy system, powered by renewable energy, very much including hydrogen as part of that mix. But it also does require storage and flexibility and we will need to ensure the safe disposal of end-of-life technology, including things like batteries and solar...

Robert Stephenson and Company: 200th Anniversary ( 5 Jul 2023)

Chi Onwurah: generation of north-east innovators, who are so needed to build on our strengths in so many of the areas relevant to the industries of the future, such as carbon capture and storage and green hydrogen?

Wales: New Nuclear Power Sites ( 5 Jul 2023)

Alexander Stafford: ...excellent and much-needed source of power, but when demand for energy decreases, that power is often wasted. Has the Minister looked at any new Welsh nuclear power plants producing so-called pink hydrogen at times when electricity demands are low, so that we are not wasting that energy?

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.

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