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Government advisers and industry experts questioned on Energy Efficiency of Existing Homes

9 October 2020

The Environmental Audit Committee hears from Government advisers, an academic, charity, think tank and energy company as they consider the overarching issues relating to the current state of play with energy efficiency of homes, and the impact energy efficiency potentially has on the UK meeting the net-zero carbon target.

The evidence session follows the recent £2bn Government announcement aimed to improve energy efficiency of homes.


15 October 2020, virtual meeting

At 9.30am

  • Jenny Hill, Head of Buildings and International Action, Committee on Climate Change
  • Simon Bittlestone, Audit Manager, National Audit Office
  • Katie Black, Director of Policy, National Infrastructure Commission
  • Dr Jan Rosenow, Director of European Programmes, The Regulatory Assistance Project

At 10.30am

  • Sarah Kostense-Winterton, Chair, Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Group
  • Michael Lewis, Chief Executive Officer, E.ON
  • Jenny Holland, Public Affairs and Policy Specialist, UK Green Building Council
  • Dr Pedro Guertler, Programme Leader, E3G

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