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House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 19 November 2015 Meeting started at 9.34am, ended 5.27pm

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Commons Chamber

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  • Oral Questions to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

  • Q1. What steps she is taking to ensure that the UK meets its EU renewable energy target by 2020. (902218)

    Rachael Maskell MP (York Central, Labour (Co-op))

  • Q2. What assessment she has made of the effect of recent trends in wholesale energy prices on household bills. (902219)

    Suella Fernandes MP (Fareham, Conservative)

  • Q3. What steps she is taking to ensure that smart meters provide the maximum possible benefits for consumers. (902220)

    William Wragg MP (Hazel Grove, Conservative)

  • Q4. What assessment her Department has made of the likely effect of changes to subsidies on the predicted deployment rates of renewable energy by 2020. (902221)

    Mike Freer MP (Finchley and Golders Green, Conservative)

  • Q5. What assessment she has made of the UK's progress towards meeting its EU renewables target by 2020. (902223)

    Paula Sherriff MP (Dewsbury, Labour)

  • Q6. What assessment she has made of the effectiveness of her Department's spending on energy efficiency schemes in reducing fuel poverty. (902224)

    Tulip Siddiq MP (Hampstead and Kilburn, Labour)

  • Q7. Whether she will support proposals for a global goal on adaptation at the Paris Climate Conference in December 2015. (902225)

    Nick Thomas-Symonds MP (Torfaen, Labour)

  • Q8. What contribution her Department is making to cross-departmental work on the Government's environmental agenda. (902226)

    Jake Berry MP (Rossendale and Darwen, Conservative)

  • Q9. What assessment her Department has made of the likely effect of changes to subsidies on the predicted deployment rates of renewable energy by 2020. (902227)

    Mims Davies MP (Eastleigh, Conservative)

  • Q10. What steps she is taking to encourage the building of further new nuclear reactors. (902228)

    Stephen Metcalfe MP (South Basildon and East Thurrock, Conservative)

  • Q11. What discussions she has had with the Secretary of State for International Development on preparations for the Paris Climate Conference in December 2015. (902230)

    Imran Hussain MP (Bradford East, Labour)

  • Q12. What steps her Department has taken to encourage schools to invest in solar energy; what discussions she has had with the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Secretary of State for Education on the effect of borrowing restrictions on investment by schools in solar energy; and if she will make a statement. (902231)

    Mr Graham Allen MP (Nottingham North, Labour)

  • Q13. What recent assessment she has made of the potential merits of statutory regulation of the district heating sector. (902232)

    Matthew Pennycook MP (Greenwich and Woolwich, Labour)

  • Q14. What assessment she has made of the effect of proposed changes to feed-in tariffs on solar power companies in the UK. (902233)

    Alex Cunningham MP (Stockton North, Labour)

  • Q15. What assessment her Department has made of the effect of proposed changes to feed-in-tariffs on the number of jobs in the solar power industry. (902234)

    Michelle Donelan MP (Chippenham, Conservative)

  • Q16. What assessment she has made of progress by the major energy suppliers on reflecting wholesale gas prices in consumer bills. (902235)

    Nusrat Ghani MP (Wealden, Conservative)

  • Q17. What assessment her Department has made of the likely effect of changes to subsidies on the predicted deployment rates of renewable energy by 2020. (902236)

    Stephen Hammond MP (Wimbledon, Conservative)

  • Q18. What assessment she has made of the effectiveness of her Department's spending on energy efficiency schemes in reducing fuel poverty. (902240)

    Judith Cummins MP (Bradford South, Labour)

  • Q19. What assessment she has made of the effect of proposed changes to feed-in tariffs on solar power companies in the UK. (902241)

    Ruth Cadbury MP (Brentford and Isleworth, Labour)

  • Topical Questions to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Statement: Northern Ireland political agreement

  • Backbench Business (i) Preparations for the Paris climate change conference

  • Backbench Business (ii) A new cancer strategy

  • Adjournment: Mesothelioma compensation for military veterans

    David Mackintosh MP (Northampton South, Conservative)

  • 10:08:04

    Q12. What steps her Department has taken to encourage schools to invest in solar energy; what discussions she has had with the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Secretary of State for Education on the effect of borrowing restrictions on investment by schools in solar energy; and if she will make a statement. (902231)

  • 10:08:07

    Andrea Leadsom MP, The Minister of State, Department of Energy and Climate Change (South Northamptonshire, Conservative)

  • 10:08:27

    Mr Graham Allen MP (Nottingham North, Labour)

  • 10:09:01

    Andrea Leadsom MP, The Minister of State, Department of Energy and Climate Change (South Northamptonshire, Conservative)

  • 10:09:36

    Q13. What recent assessment she has made of the potential merits of statutory regulation of the district heating sector. (902232)

  • 10:09:39

    Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP, The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (Hastings and Rye, Conservative)