New Lords Committee seeks views on Ofgem’s role in net zero goals

Ofgem, which oversees the UK gas and electricity markets, has increasingly been given responsibilities in relation to other areas, particularly the country’s energy supply and decarbonisation

MPs launch inquiry into Scotland’s green energy credentials ahead of COP26

They are likely to examine how net zero targets can be met through the development of renewable energy in Scotland and the technologies that would best serve the country

Solar and wind power
New inquiry into renewable energy support launched in Wales

It will look for potential opportunities for development and deployment of renewable energy in Wales and how Cardiff and Westminster should work together to support them

Wave energy
New inquiry launched into role of tidal energy in UK’s low carbon mix

The Environmental Audit Committee is inviting written submissions until 18th December 2020

BEIS Committee launches inquiry into decarbonising heat in homes

It is inviting evidence submissions until 13th November 2020

Inquiry launched into international trade and environment

The International Trade Committee is inviting written submissions until 1st October 2019

What impact does your holiday have on the environment?                    

The Environmental Audit Committee has launched a new investigation into sustainable tourism

MPs launch inquiry into net zero government

It will focus on the sustainability of the government’s estate and procurement processes and what action it needs to take to achieve the 2050 goal

MPs launch inquiry into e-waste and circular economy

The UK produces more e-waste than the EU average

MPs to examine UK’s audit of domestic progress towards UN’s SDGs

The Environmental Audit Committee is inviting written evidence from stakeholders until 15th April 2019