Brexit: energy security Contents

Appendix 2: List of witnesses

Evidence is published online at www.parliament.uk/brexit-energy-security-inquiry-lords and available for inspection at the Parliamentary Archives (020 7219 3074).

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

*

Joseph Dutton, E3G

QQ 1–20

**

Georgina Wright, Chatham House

QQ 1–20

**

Malcolm Keay, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

QQ 1–20

**

Lawrence Slade, Energy UK

QQ 1–20

**

Phil Sheppard, National Grid

QQ 1–20

**

Ian Graves, National Grid

QQ 1–20

*

Silke Goldberg, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

QQ 21–43

**

Robin McCormick, SONI

QQ 21–43

*

Dr Owen Wilson, Electricity Association of Ireland

QQ 21–43

**

Dr Jenifer Baxter, Institution of Mechanical Engineers

QQ 21–43

**

Dr Mina Golshan, Office for Nuclear Regulation

QQ 21–43

**

Angela Hepworth, EDF Energy

QQ 21–43

*

His Excellency Jean-Christophe Füeg, Ambassador, Head of International Energy Affairs at the Swiss Federal Office of Energy

QQ 44-53

**

Richard Harrington MP, Minister for Energy and Industry, BEIS

QQ 54–64

**

Dan Monzani, BEIS

QQ 54–64

**

Katrina McLeay, BEIS

QQ 54–64

Alphabetical list of all witnesses

Aldersgate Group

BES0011

Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA)

BES0004

British Ceramic Confederation (BCC)

BES0008

Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

BES0019

Centre for Nuclear Engineering, Imperial College London

BES0005

Centrica

BES0031

**

Chatham House and University of Exeter (QQ 1–20)

BES0044 BES0053

Citizens Advice

BES0039

**

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) (QQ 54–64)

BES0049 BES0003

Department for the Economy, Northern Ireland Executive

BES0059

Durham Energy Institute, Durham University

BES0013

*

Joseph Dutton, E3G (QQ 1–20)

E.ON UK plc

BES0046

**

EDF Energy (QQ 21–43)

BES0033

EEF and UK Steel

BES0027

Energy & Utility Skills

BES0038

Energy Institute

BES0028

Energy Intensive Users Group (EIUG)

BES0014

**

Energy UK (QQ 1–20)

BES0024 BES0050

ENGIE

BES0040

European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET)

BES0035

ExxonMobil

BES0032

Dr Aoife Foley, Queen’s University Belfast

BES0042

*

His Excellency Jean-Christophe Füeg, Ambassador, Head of International Energy Affairs at the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) (QQ 44–53)

*

Silke Goldberg, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP (QQ 21–43)

Green Alliance

BES0010

Kirsty Hamilton, Chatham House

BES0041

Institute of Physics (IOP)

BES0022

The Energy Institute, Institution of Chemical Engineers Energy Centre and the Royal Academy of Engineering

BES0023

**

Institution of Mechanical Engineers (QQ 21–43)

BES0045 BES0051

Interconnector UK

BES0007

InterGen

BES0017

Twe Hoon Kim

BES0034

Major Energy Users’ Council & Others

BES0037

National Energy Action (NEA)

BES0058

**

National Grid (QQ 1–20)

BES0043

New Nuclear Watch Europe (NNWE)

BES0018

Nuclear Industry Association (NIA)

BES0006

Nuclear Innovation and Research Office (NIRO)

BES0009

Ofgem

BES0025

Oil & Gas UK

BES0047

**

Office for Nuclear Regulation (QQ 21–43)

BES0055

**

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (QQ 1–20)

BES0001

Renewable Energy Association

BES0020

RenewableUK

BES0030

Research Councils UK

BES0021

RWE

BES0029

Scottish Government

BES0057

**

SONI (QQ 21–43)

BES0036

SSE

BES0012

Statkraft UK Ltd

BES0026

Storengy UK Ltd

BES0015

UK Petroleum Industry Association

BES0002

UREGNI

BES0048

Welsh Government

BES0056

Which?

BES0016

*

Dr Owen Wilson, Electricity Association of Ireland (QQ 21–43)





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