This is a selection of the milestone dates in the CCC calendar looking forward:RSS feed for latest coming up items
Mike Hemsley, Analyst at the Committee on Climate Change, will join a panel hosted by the Institution of Civil Engineers at Ecobuild 2017 to consider the UK’s future energy mix. Questions for discussion include:
- What should the UK’s energy mix look like by 2050?
- What will the split be across nuclear, renewables, CCGT, interconnection?
- How will other forms of generation, as well as storage, impact the UK’s future energy mix?
- What impact will Hinkley Point C have on other forms of generation?
Report on energy prices and bills – impact of meeting carbon budgets
The Committee on Climate Change will publish a report assessing the impact of UK carbon budgets on household, commercial and industrial sector energy bills.
Advice to the Scottish Government on the Scottish Climate Change Bill
The Scottish Government has committed to introducing a new Scottish Climate Change Bill. The Committee will publish new advice to the Scottish Government on how the new bill may look. Take a look at our Call for Evidence ahead of this advice.
Mike Hemsley, Analyst at the Committee on Climate Change, will present the CCC’s latest analysis on the impact of climate change policy on bills for residential, business and industrial users in the UK. This will cover historical trends in energy prices and bills, and the expected impact of meeting the CCC’s Fifth Carbon Budget scenarios on consumer energy bills to 2030.
Advice to the Welsh Government on Welsh Carbon Budgets
The Environment (Wales) Act requires that, before the end of 2018, Welsh Ministers must set in regulation interim emissions targets for 2020, 2030 and 2040, together with 5-year carbon budgets for the periods 2016-2020 and 2021-2025
The Committee on Climate Change will publish new advice to the Welsh Government on these emissions targets. Take a look at our Call for Evidence ahead of this advice.
New research on UK greenhouse gas emissions measurement
The Committee will publish new research on the measurement of UK greenhouse gas emissions, carried out in partnership with the National Physical Laboratory.
Progress report to Parliament: Meeting carbon budgets – Progress in reducing UK emissions
The Committee on Climate Change will publish its annual progress report to Parliament, setting out UK progress on reducing greenhouse gas emissions in line with UK carbon budgets.
Progress report to Parliament: Progress in preparing for the impacts of climate change
The Adaptation Sub-Committee of the Committee on Climate Change will publish its second statutory progress report to Parliament, assessing UK progress in preparing for the impacts of climate change, as directed by the National Adaptation Programme.