House of Commons - EXTRACT

Thursday 11 February 2016 Meeting started at 9.34am, ended 5.33pm



Commons Chamber

Event Type:
Main chamber



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

  • Q1. What estimate she has made of the number of homes that need to be brought up to the minimum Band C energy efficiency standard by 2030. (903584)

    Dr Rupa Huq MP (Ealing Central and Acton, Labour)

  • Q2. What progress she has made on ensuring that local authorities decide all onshore wind applications. (903585)

    Chris Heaton-Harris MP (Daventry, Conservative)

  • Q3. What changes she plans to make to the structure of Capacity Market auctions before the next auction round. (903586)

    Kate Hollern MP (Blackburn, Labour)

  • Q4. What plans she has to support the development of electricity storage. (903587)

    Kelvin Hopkins MP (Luton North, Labour)

  • Q5. When her Department plans to publish proposals on delivering a subsidy-free contract for difference mechanism for onshore wind. (903588)

    Brendan O'Hara MP (Argyll and Bute, Scottish National Party)

  • Q6. What steps she is taking to support small-scale solar energy production. (903589)

    Alex Chalk MP (Cheltenham, Conservative)

  • Q7. What representations she has received from her international counterparts on the proposed closure of the UK's coal-fired power stations by 2025. (903590)

    David Mowat MP (Warrington South, Conservative)

  • Q8. If she will create one national electricity distribution market. (903591)

    Ian Blackford MP (Ross, Skye and Lochaber, Scottish National Party)

  • Q9. What steps the Government is taking to increase the contribution made to meeting targets on energy efficiency and on the use of low carbon energy by residential buildings; and if she will make a statement. (903592)

    Mike Wood MP (Dudley South, Conservative)

  • Q10. What steps she is taking to safeguard protected areas from shale gas development. (903594)

    Graham Evans MP (Weaver Vale, Conservative)

  • Q11. What discussions she has had with her Cabinet colleagues on limiting climate change to prevent greater future expenditure on adaptation. (903595)

    Cat Smith MP (Lancaster and Fleetwood, Labour)

  • Q12. What steps her Department is taking to protect the oil and gas industries and workers in those industries from the effects of low oil and gas prices; and if she will make a statement. (903600)

    Michael Fabricant MP (Lichfield, Conservative)

  • Q13. What steps her Department is taking to ensure the long-term future of the offshore wind industry. (903602)

    Oliver Colvile MP (Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport, Conservative)

  • Q14. What assessment she has made of the potential capacity for solar and other renewable energy generation in new homes and buildings. (903603)

    Philip Boswell MP (Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill, Scottish National Party)

  • Q15. What steps her Department is taking to ensure that changes in gas prices are passed on to consumers. (903604)

    Jim McMahon MP (Oldham West and Royton, Labour)

  • Q16. What steps she is taking to ensure that reductions in the wholesale price of energy are passed on to consumers. (903606)

    Martyn Day MP (Linlithgow and East Falkirk, Scottish National Party)

  • Q17. Whether the Secretary of State has had discussions with the Chancellor of the Exchequer on proposals to increase VAT on solar panels. (903607)

    Angela Rayner MP (Ashton-under-Lyne, Labour)

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

  • Urgent Question: Short money and policy development grant

  • Business Statement: Leader of the House

  • Statement: Junior doctors contracts

  • Select Committee Statement: The publication of the Second Report from the Communities and Local Government Committtee, Housing associations and the Right to Buy, HC 370

  • Select Committee Statement: The publication of the Fifth Report from the Public Adminstration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, The Future of the Union, part one: English Votes for English Laws, HC 623

  • Backbench Business: Justice for Equitable Life policy-holders

  • Backbench Business: Conservation of sea bass and the effect of related EU measures on the UK fishing industry

  • Adjournment: Police handling of the Poppi Worthington case

    John Woodcock MP (Barrow and Furness, Labour (Co-op))

  • 10:47:53

    Mr Douglas Carswell MP (Clacton, UK Independence Party)

  • 10:48:38

    John Penrose MP, The Parliamentary Secretary, Cabinet Office (Weston-super-Mare, Conservative)

  • 10:49:20

    John Glen MP (Salisbury, Conservative)