Canlyniadau 21–40 o 200 ar gyfer "gb energy"

Senedd yr Alban: European Union (30 Ion 2024)

Alex Rowley: I am glad that Mr Stewart said that there has been an impact “across these islands”. I acknowledge that, but I point out that the waste that we have seen in Scotland because we have not prioritised our public services, or used the powers that we have in Parliament, is part of the problem. For as long as we have a Government that will not accept its responsibility for running public...

Senedd yr Alban: Green Economy (24 Ion 2024)

Sarah Boyack: ...chaotic on the economy, but we are talking about long-standing failings of the SNP. It is utterly hypocritical to attack the Labour Government that we are campaigning for. We would establish GB energy, which would be based in Scotland. It would be a home-grown, publicly owned energy champion for clean energy generation and would build the jobs and supply chains that we urgently need. If we...

Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill (22 Ion 2024)

Matt Western: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for South Dorset (Richard Drax). The irony will not be lost on you of all people, Mr Deputy Speaker, that we are reduced in number in Parliament today by the impact of Storm Isha, the origins of which lie in climate change, yet we are debating the Government’s desire to increase the global supply of oil and gas. It is also damning that the...

Energy Security and Net Zero: Net Zero Targets: Businesses (16 Ion 2024)

Graham Stuart: .... Gentleman for his question, which has a sort of comic element given Labour’s monumental failure to deliver renewables when it was in power, coupled with the fact that it wants to bring forward GB Energy. That, as his left-wing colleague, the hon. Member for Cynon Valley (Beth Winter) just said, would be public investment. It would drive out private investment and destroy the...

Cop28 (16 Tach 2023)

Fleur Anderson: ...decade under our warm homes plan, which will cut bills by up to £500 and create 4 million jobs. We will act fast to lead the world as a clean and cheap energy superpower by 2030. We will establish GB Energy, a new home-grown publicly owned champion of clean energy generation, so that we can be really world-leading in the action that we take at home. We will deliver thousands of...

Economic Growth (14 Tach 2023)

Rachel Reeves: ...’s energy Bill “wouldn’t necessarily bring energy bills down”, whereas Labour has plans for clean power by 2030, a national wealth fund, insulating homes to lower bills, and the creation of GB Energy. There is no focus from the Government on industrial strategy or on putting an industrial strategy council on a statutory footing to help drive the growth and investment that we need....

King’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (13 Tach 2023)

Lord McNicol of West Kilbride: ...will double onshore wind and green hydrogen, triple solar production and quadruple offshore wind capacity. We need leadership on energy security and the environment by lowering bills through GB energy and insulating homes as part of a green prosperity plan. Delaying action on climate and delaying investment in green energy could increase national debt by billions. Sending mixed signals to...

Making Britain a Clean Energy Superpower ( 9 Tach 2023)

Ed Miliband: ..., not with one-off, ad-hoc investments, but a proper plan. We would be investing in ports, our steel industry and electric battery factories. We would also have a new publicly owned energy company, GB Energy, which I am glad the Secretary of State mentioned. It would be partnering the private sector in the industries of the future. The Government object to GB Energy, because they say that...

Business of the House ( 9 Tach 2023)

Lucy Powell: ...bosses’ bonuses and clean up our rivers; end non-dom tax breaks and have more doctors and teachers; change planning laws to build more affordable homes; levy a proper windfall tax; and set up GB energy. We would make work pay, legislate for proper leasehold reform and rights for renters, tackle crime and violence against women and girls, introduce a skills and growth levy, and pass real...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] ( 7 Tach 2023)

Nia Griffith: ...revolution, with a massive roll-out of energy. That is precisely what we in the Labour party intend to do. We have a plan to supercharge investment in renewables, including with the creation of GB Energy. However, we are seeing an abject failure by this Conservative Government to develop renewables. What do we see on renewable energy in the King’s Speech? The Government are going to...

King’s Speech - Debate (1st Day): Motion to Adjourn ( 7 Tach 2023)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ..., education system and public services. If Labour were in government today, we would establish a national wealth fund to invest in battery gigafactories and clean steel plants and a publicly owned GB energy company to improve procurement, speed up green transition and make us a global leader in clean energy. Our focus would be on security of supply for homes and businesses and on...

Green Energy: Ports — [Judith Cummins in the Chair] (18 Hyd 2023)

Jeff Smith: .... A Labour Government will invest to drive forward projects that are necessary to the energy transition and our industrial future, crowding in further private investment in crucial infrastructure. GB Energy will be able to de-risk new energy technologies, helping to speed up and scale up development in areas such as green hydrogen and floating offshore wind. With a target to achieve clean...

Net Zero by 2050 (16 Hyd 2023)

Claire Coutinho: ...agree how much money they will actually spend—is it £28 billion or £8 billion? Is it no new money, or is it what we heard over the weekend, which is as much as £100 billion of new borrowing for GB Energy? Conservatives will prioritise energy security. We are set on delivering the most ambitious net zero targets of any major economy, and we will do this all without forcing families to...

Senedd yr Alban: Energy Bill ( 4 Hyd 2023)

Sarah Boyack: Labour will support the LCM at decision time. The Energy Bill that is currently progressing through the UK Parliament is the first piece of energy legislation of such scale to be considered since 2015, so it represents a huge opportunity to address all the key ambitions regarding the just transition and the shift to net zero. However, although commentators have described it as a “mammoth”...

Senedd yr Alban: Net Zero Targets (United Kingdom Government Announcement) (21 Med 2023)

Sarah Boyack: ...the fact that the cabinet secretary is prepared to provide an update, but we must make sure that we get the change that we need. We in Labour have the ambition, with a deliverable plan, to establish GB energy, which will be headquartered in Scotland and backed up by £28 billion a year by the mid-term of a UK Labour Government. That will reduce people’s bills and create the green jobs...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy: Billing (12 Med 2023)

Amanda Solloway: DESNZ Ministers and officials regularly meet with Ofgem to discuss a range of issues relating to GB energy markets. The regulation of energy supply in Northern Ireland, including the avoidance of large credit balances on customer energy accounts is a devolved matter.

Senedd yr Alban: Programme for Government 2023-24 (Opportunity) ( 7 Med 2023)

Daniel Johnson: ...policies and the public services. Social policy is vital, but we get to deliver it only if we have a successful economic vision. That is Labour’s vision. That is what lies behind our plans for GB energy and the green prosperity plan; it is about having a plan so that we can directly invest, through a state-owned company, in our future and our economic strategy. That is also why we have...

Senedd yr Alban: Programme for Government 2023-24 ( 5 Med 2023)

Sarah Boyack: ...and radical, and our workers and communities need to benefit from a just transition through locally owned heat and power networks. The SNP has given up on the public sector, but we would establish GB Energy—a publicly owned energy company that would generate energy, work to unlock our green energy potential, create jobs across Scotland and the UK and get critical supply chains in place....

Senedd yr Alban: Labour Energy Mission (22 Meh 2023)

The First Minister: Of course a GB energy company would be based in Scotland, because we have the majority of the renewables and natural resources here. Anas Sarwar says that we should be thanking our London masters for the crumbs off the table—well, forgive me if I have far more ambition for our country than this leader of the Scottish Labour Party. Anas Sarwar—[ Interruption .]

Senedd yr Alban: Point of Order (22 Meh 2023)

Liam Kerr: On a point of order, Presiding Officer. In an answer to Anas Sarwar, the First Minister said: “Of course a GB energy company would be based in Scotland, because we have the majority of the renewables here”. If he was over his brief, he would know that, at the year end 2022, Scotland had 21 per cent of total UK renewables installed capacity and 26 per cent of renewable electricity...


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