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Oral questions

27 February 2024 at 11:30am

Department for Energy Security and Net Zero

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The full text of Substantive questions is printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Substantive questions.
What recent assessment her Department has made of the potential merits of introducing a social energy tariff.
Scottish National Party, Glasgow South West
UIN 901660: tabled on 21 February 2024
What estimate she has made of the number of households in fuel poverty in winter 2023-24.
Labour, Blackburn
UIN 901661: tabled on 21 February 2024
What recent discussions she has had with Cabinet colleagues on delivering new nuclear power stations.
Conservative, Torbay
UIN 901662: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking with Cabinet colleagues to help ensure that land used for food production is not used for solar installations.
Conservative, Buckingham
UIN 901663: tabled on 21 February 2024
Whether she has had discussions with energy providers on reducing energy standing charges for charities and businesses.
Labour, Easington
UIN 901664: tabled on 21 February 2024
What estimate she has made of the number of households in fuel poverty in winter 2023-24.
Labour, Sheffield Central
UIN 901665: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to help increase private sector investment in green technologies.
Conservative, Harrogate and Knaresborough
UIN 901666: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to support households in fuel poverty during winter.
Scottish National Party, Motherwell and Wishaw
UIN 901667: tabled on 21 February 2024
If she will meet representatives of Adfree Cities to discuss high carbon advertising.
Labour, Huddersfield
UIN 901668: tabled on 21 February 2024
What estimate she has made of the number of households in fuel poverty in winter 2023-24.
Labour, Blaydon
UIN 901669: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to help reduce the price of fuel at petrol stations.
Conservative, Stafford
UIN 901670: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to increase nuclear energy capacity.
Conservative, Copeland
UIN 901671: tabled on 21 February 2024
What estimate she has made of the number of households in fuel poverty in winter 2023-24.
Labour, Manchester, Gorton
UIN 901672: tabled on 21 February 2024
What recent steps she has taken to help improve the energy efficiency of homes.
Liberal Democrat, North Shropshire
UIN 901673: tabled on 21 February 2024
When she plans to publish the second consultation on the review of electricity market arrangements.
Conservative, South West Bedfordshire
UIN 901674: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to help increase private sector investment in green technologies.
Conservative, Stoke-on-Trent South
UIN 901675: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps her Department is taking to help reduce energy costs for households.
Scottish National Party, Stirling
UIN 901676: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to increase nuclear energy capacity.
Conservative, Lincoln
UIN 901677: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps her Department is taking to help energy intensive industries to decarbonise.
Labour, Llanelli
UIN 901678: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to provide support with energy bills.
Conservative, Carshalton and Wallington
UIN 901679: tabled on 21 February 2024
What recent discussions she has had with businesses on the Government's net zero targets.
Labour, Ilford South
UIN 901680: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to help increase private sector investment in green technologies.
Conservative, East Worthing and Shoreham
UIN 901681: tabled on 21 February 2024
What recent assessment her Department has made of the potential merits of introducing a social energy tariff.
Scottish National Party, Dundee West
UIN 901682: tabled on 21 February 2024
What steps she is taking to increase nuclear energy capacity.
Conservative, Stroud
UIN 901683: tabled on 21 February 2024
What recent assessment she has made of the effectiveness of her Department's funding schemes providing support with the cost of energy.
Liberal Democrat, Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross
UIN 901684: tabled on 21 February 2024
The full text of Topical questions is not printed on the Order Paper. More informationabout Topical questions.
Conservative, Clwyd South
UIN 901685: tabled on 21 February 2024
Conservative, Torbay
UIN 901686: tabled on 21 February 2024
Conservative, Weston-super-Mare
UIN 901687: tabled on 21 February 2024
Labour, Easington
UIN 901688: tabled on 21 February 2024
Conservative, Harrogate and Knaresborough
UIN 901689: tabled on 21 February 2024
Labour, Chesterfield
UIN 901690: tabled on 21 February 2024
Scottish National Party, Kilmarnock and Loudoun
UIN 901691: tabled on 21 February 2024
Labour, Luton South
UIN 901692: tabled on 21 February 2024
Conservative, Waveney
UIN 901693: tabled on 21 February 2024
Labour, Preston
UIN 901694: tabled on 21 February 2024