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Formal meeting (oral evidence session): Decarbonising heat in homes

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Decarbonising heat in homes

Tuesday 20 April 2021

Start times: 9.45am (private) 10.30am (public)


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Scope of the session

This is the third evidence session for the inquiry. Throughout the course of the inquiry, the cost of decarbonising domestic heating has been a recurring theme. The purpose of the session is to:

  • Consider the range of the overall projected costs to decarbonise domestic heating.
  • Consider what the distributional impacts will be on consumers, taxpayers, business, the fuel poor, and the Government, amongst others.
  • Explore the fiscal impacts of past and current policies, and lessons that can be learned from the failure of past policies to encourage significant take-up of low carbon heating systems.
  • Investigate incentives and regulatory measures that can be employed to encourage take-up of low carbon heating systems.

Meeting details

At 10.30am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Decarbonising heat in homes
Policy Officer at Energy Saving Trust
Professor of Energy and Environmental Modelling at University College London
Senior Policy Advisor at E3G
Programme Director at Coalition for the Energy Efficiency of Buildings

Location

Virtual meeting