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Formal meeting (oral evidence session): Carbon border adjustment mechanisms

Environmental Audit Committee
Carbon border adjustment mechanisms

Wednesday 8 December 2021

Start times: 2.00pm (private) 2.15pm (public)


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What impact could a CBAM have on energy intensive sectors?

The Environmental Audit Committee is to host its second evidence session exploring carbon border adjustment mechanisms (CBAMs). This session will focus on industry

Among the issues likely to be discussed are:

  • What challenges certain sectors could face in assessing the carbon footprint of imported products;
  • How a CBAM, or product standards for imports, might increase demand for low-carbon products; and
  • How Government and industry could work together to implement a CBAM.

The first panel of witnesses are representatives from four sectors which might fall within the scope of a possible UK CBAM (steel, cement, chemicals and electricity). On the second panel, MPs will hear from Make UK, CCm Technologies and the British Standards Institution.

Meeting details

At 2.15pm: Oral evidence
Inquiry Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Head of Regulatory Affairs at RWE Supply & Trading GmbH
Director, Cement, Industrial Policy, Energy & Climate Change at Mineral Products Association
Head of Policy and External Affairs at UK Steel
Head of Energy and Climate Change at Chemical Industries Association
At 3.30pm: Oral evidence
Inquiry Carbon border adjustment mechanisms
Chief Executive Officer at CCm Technologies
Director of EU & International Affairs at Make UK
Director-General, Standards at British Standards Institution

Location

Room 15, Palace of Westminster

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