Select Committee on Science and Technology First Report


WRITTEN EVIDENCE

1Government
Ev 55, 182, 202
2Dr Paul Freund
Ev 59
3Quintessa Limited
Ev 66
4British Geological Survey
Ev 70
5Royal Academy of Engineering
Ev 75
6E.ON UK
Ev 78, 198
7Confederation of UK Coal Producers
Ev 83
8Professor Peter Hall, University of Strathclyde
Ev 84
9Corus
Ev 87
10The Environment Agency
Ev 92
11Rio Tinto PLC
Ev 94
12Renew Tees Valley
Ev 98
13Research Councils UK (RCUK)
Ev 99
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
Ev 101
Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
Ev 104
14ScottishPower
Ev 107
15Royal Dutch Shell plc
Ev 108
16IChemE
Ev 114
17British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL)
Ev 122
18Air Products Plc
Ev 124, 199
19Progressive Energy
Ev 129
20Royal Society
Ev 131
21Professor Stuart Haszeldine, UK Energy Research Centre
Ev 132
22BP plc
Ev 137, 200
23Royal Society of Chemistry
Ev 140
24The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Consortium
Ev 146
25Sussex Energy Group
Ev 152
26Dr David M Reiner, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Ev 155
27World Coal Institute
Ev 161
28Cambridge Environmental Initiative (CEI)
Ev 166
29Carbon Trust
Ev 168
30Kenneth J. Fergusson, President, Combustion Engineering Association
Ev 172
31WWF-UK
Ev 174
32Green Alliance
Ev 177, 201
33East of England Energy Group
Ev 179
34Alstom Power
Ev 202




 
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