No Country is an Energy Island: Securing Investment for the EU's Future - European Union Committee Contents


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Evidence received by the Committee is listed below in chronological order of oral evidence session and in alphabetical order. Those witnesses marked with * gave both oral evidence and written evidence. Those marked with ** gave oral evidence and did not submit any written evidence. All other witnesses submitted written evidence only.

Oral evidence in chronological order
*(QQ 1-33) Centre for European Reform (CER)
Dr Karsten Neuhoff
**(QQ 34-59) Antony Froggatt
*(QQ 60-70) European Commission
*(QQ 71-80) Oil & Gas UK
**(QQ 81-92) Professor Peter Cameron, University of Dundee
**(QQ 93-103) Dr Robert Gross, Imperial College
**(QQ 104-117) Confederation of UK Coal Producers (CoalPro)
*European Climate Foundation (ECF)
**(QQ118-140) Professor Dieter Helm, University of Oxford
*(QQ 141-156) Professor Jonathan Stern, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
**(QQ 157-170) European Investment Bank (EIB)
**(QQ 171-185) Peter Atherton
*Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF)
*(QQ 186-202) EDF Energy, ScottishPower and SSE
**(QQ 203-215) Martin Wolf
*Dimitri Zenghelis
*(QQ 216-236) European Commission
*(QQ 237-247) Fiona Hall MEP
**Niki Tzavela MEP
**(QQ 248-253) Chris Davies MEP
Dan Jorgenson MEP
*(QQ 254-277) European Commission
**(QQ 278-304) European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E)
*(QQ 305-338)World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
**Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
*(QQ 339-357) National Grid
**Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem)
Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)
*(QQ 358-380) Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)

Alphabetical list of all witnesses

ABB Limited

Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) (QQ 339-357)

**  Peter Atherton (QQ 171-185)

*  Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) (QQ 171-185)

**  Professor Peter Cameron, University of Dundee (QQ 81-92)

**  Confederation of British Industry (CBI) (QQ 305-338)

*  Centre for European Reform (CER) (QQ 1-33)

Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE)

**  Confederation of UK Coal Producers (CoalPro) (QQ 104-117)

Juan Pablo Davico

**  Chris Davies MEP (QQ 248-253)

*  Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) (QQ 358-380)


*  EDF Energy (QQ 186-202)

Energy Networks Association (ENA)

Energy Technologies Institute (ETI)

**  European Network of Trasmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) (QQ 278-304)

*  European Climate Foundation (ECF) (QQ 104-117)

*  European Commission (QQ 60-70) (QQ 216-236) (QQ 254-277)

European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)

**  European Investment Bank (EIB) (QQ 157-170)

*  Fiona Hall MEP (QQ 237-247)

The Florence School of Regulation (FSR)

**  Antony Froggatt (QQ 34-59)

**  Dr Robert Gross, Imperial College (QQ 93-103)

**  Professor Dieter Helm, University of Oxford (QQ 118-140)


Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)

Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

**  Dan Jorgenson MEP (QQ 248-253)

Sir Donald Miller F.R Eng, FRSE

National Farmers' Union (NFU)

*  National Grid (QQ 339-357)

*  Dr Karsten Neuhoff (QQ 1-33)

Poland, Ministry of Environment

Professor David Newbery Sc.D. (Cantab.) Ph.D. (Cantab.) M.A. (Cantab.)

**  Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) (QQ 339-357)

*  Oil & Gas UK (QQ 71-80)

*  RenewableUK (QQ 93-103)

Scientific Alliance

*  ScottishPower (QQ 186-202)

SmartestEnergy Ltd

*  SSE (QQ 186-202)

*  Professor Jonathan Stern, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
(QQ 141-156)

**  Niki Tzavela MEP (QQ 237-247)


Dr Joseph Wheatley PhD

**  Martin Wolf (QQ 203-215)

*  World Wildlife Fund (WWF) (QQ 305-338)

*    Dimitri Zenghelis (QQ 203-215)

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