Canlyniadau 41–60 o 200 ar gyfer "gb energy"

Senedd yr Alban: Greenhouse Gas Emissions 2021 (20 Meh 2023)

Màiri McAllan: ...believe that those net zero pledges will not just become the next thing that he flip-flops on, having abandoned a £28 billion green prosperity fund, which has been shredded? Regarding the proposed GB energy company, are we supposed to be grateful that a UK Government will potentially open part of its department to oversee our renewable resources when successive UK Governments of every...

Senedd yr Alban: Innovation Strategy (20 Meh 2023)

Marie McNair: ...coming from Westminster, with the Tories’ crashing of the economy, and there is no promise of change from Labour, either. Labour’s amendment refers to Keir Starmer’s pledge on the so-called GB energy company, but we know that that man’s pledges quickly disappear into the wind. To further maximise our economic prosperity, we need full employment, energy and revenue-raising powers to...

Cost of Living Committee (14 Meh 2023)

Ian Murray: ...that there is no difference between the Conservatives and the Labour party. However, we have already announced that we would fund the Scottish Acorn project, and we would set up a publicly owned GB Energy, which the SNP used to believe in until it dropped that. So it does matter what colour of party is sitting on the Government side of the Chamber. The new First Minister claims that...

Energy Bill [Lords] ( 9 Mai 2023)

Ed Miliband: ...assets are owned not by foreign companies but by state-owned foreign companies. That means that the proceeds go back to those countries and they build the supply chains. I welcome GB Nuclear, but GB Energy is a much wider version of that. GB Energy is about understanding that reality and saying, “Why not Britain?” This is a moment of peril for Britain in the race for low-carbon jobs....

Powering Up Britain (30 Maw 2023)

Ed Miliband: ...Member for South Suffolk (James Cartlidge) should listen to the scientists. We know what a proper plan looks like: in 2030, zero carbon power; insulating 19 million cold, draughty homes in a decade; GB Energy to invest in all forms of low-carbon generation; and a national wealth fund investing in everything from clean steel to ports and electric vehicles to win the global race for Britain....

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation - Income Tax (Charge) (21 Maw 2023)

Ed Miliband: ...will leave us behind. I do not believe that the Government get what a modern industrial policy looks like. We needed a new national wealth fund to invest in the industries of the future. We needed GB Energy, a proper publicly owned energy generation company, to invest in all forms of low carbon generation. We need a sprint for zero-carbon power by 2030. We need a plan to insulate 19...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation - Income Tax (Charge) (20 Maw 2023)

Lucy Powell: ...is the only party that has “demonstrated an understanding of the challenges facing the UK”. Apparently, however, it is not just business leaders who like Labour’s plans. We have proposed GB Energy, and the Conservatives have proposed GB Nuclear. We said “windfall tax”, and they said “energy profits levy”. We said, “We need a bold plan to fix childcare”, and they seemed to...

Independent Review of Net Zero ( 9 Chw 2023)

Kerry McCarthy: ...per year to tackle the climate emergency through our green prosperity plan, which will allow us to insulate 19 million homes within a decade; to deliver a clean power system by 2030; to establish GB Energy, a publicly owned clean energy company to ensure the benefits of our green investments are returned to the taxpayer; and to set up a national wealth fund to invest in those green...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters (24 Ion 2023)

Graham Stuart: Ofgem is the regulator for the GB energy market. According to Ofgem's figures for Q3 2022, there were 4,069,814 domestic prepayment meter customers in GB. Ofgem's figures provide a breakdown by nation with 3,322,511 prepayment meter customers in England, 497,943 in Scotland and 249,360 in Wales. Data is not available at the local authority or parliamentary constituency level.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters (18 Ion 2023)

Graham Stuart: Ofgem is the regulator for the GB Energy Market. According to Ofgem figures for Q3 2022, there were 294,459 traditional prepayment meters in Scotland and 2,028,179 in GB.

Fossil Fuels and Cost of Living Increases — [Sir Robert Syms in the Chair] (11 Ion 2023)

Kerry McCarthy: ...would mean doubling onshore wind capacity, tripling solar capacity and quadrupling offshore wind capacity. We would achieve that goal by establishing a publicly owned renewable energy generator, GB Energy, so that the profits of those investments actually benefited the British public. That is a clear, long-term strategic plan. We are not hearing anything like that from the Government. I...

Scotland’s Future (14 Rha 2022)

Ian Murray: ...Authority, and Scottish civil servants have been telling them for a long time to stop using them. The only way to get a national energy company is through a UK Labour Government delivering on GB Energy, which would reduce bills, provide energy security, create jobs, contribute to our climate goals and be owned by the people, for the people. So, nothing on energy. What about a debate on...

Employment and the High Street ( 7 Rha 2022)

Catherine West: ...lot of businesses,” adding that “a lot of us want to be greener but can’t afford the initial capital outlay.” Labour would keep energy bills down by establishing a publicly owned generator, GB Energy, to guarantee energy security and a stable supply of affordable power. We would make Britain a clean energy superpower by 2030, making sky-high energy bills under the Conservatives a...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly Business: Election of Speaker and Deputy Speakers ( 7 Rha 2022)

Kellie Armstrong: ...to use them as leverage in its political game with Westminster. It is clear that Westminster is in no rush to sort out the payment. Northern Ireland was never going to be able to opt into a GB energy payment scheme. It was always going to require a bespoke approach, because Northern Ireland has a different regulator, system and companies. Northern Ireland is more dependent on oil for home...

Marine Renewables: Government Support — [Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] ( 7 Rha 2022)

Kerry McCarthy: ...the Minister is looking at what Labour has said about the drive for a clean power system by 2030, a national wealth fund and establishing Great British Energy to help give investors that certainty. GB Energy would have a remit to invest in marine and tidal power to harness the huge potential of this island nation. We would support new marine energy projects, and we need to see something...

Britain’s Industrial Future (15 Tach 2022)

Stephen Kinnock: ...steel as a foundation of the modern manufacturing renaissance that Labour will deliver. Labour will, of course, put resilience front and centre of our industrial strategy by launching publicly owned GB Energy to ensure that Britain becomes energy independent. Not only Labour MPs but businesspeople are backing this. Paul Lindley, a successful entrepreneur, recently wrote in The Times about...

Nature and Climate Declaration — [JAMES GRAY in the Chair] ( 9 Tach 2022)

Margaret Greenwood: ...an environment and climate emergency. It was incredibly disappointing that Conservative Members abstained on that vote. Labour’s green prosperity plan would establish a national wealth fund and GB Energy, a publicly owned energy company, to invest in the technologies of the future. The policy would create 1 million new jobs in towns and cities in every corner of the country and bring...

Cop27 ( 9 Tach 2022)

Keir Starmer: ...to reach 100% clean power by 2030. That would cut bills, strengthen our energy security, create jobs, and make Britain a clean energy superpower. And our green prosperity plan would establish GB Energy, a publicly owned energy company, to invest in the technologies and the jobs of the future here in the UK. As we attempt this endeavour, we have a fair wind at our back: not just the...

Public Ownership of Energy Companies — [Mrs Sheryll Murray in the Chair] (31 Hyd 2022)

Margaret Greenwood: ...point, and I thank her for it. To me, it speaks of ideology rather than taking a practical approach to what needs to happen to secure our energy and bring down our energy costs. Among other things, GB Energy will enable long-term investments in a range of new and emerging technologies. It will also ensure that home-grown research and development leads to domestic manufacturing, and nurture...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy Support Package - Secondary Legislation (31 Hyd 2022)

Graham Stuart: ...Relief Scheme Regulations 2022: These regulations, subject to the made affirmative procedure, make provisions for the effective operation and implementation of the Energy Bill Relief Scheme. The GB Energy Bill Relief Scheme is established under sections 9 and 10 of, and Schedule 1 to, the Act. The regulations provide powers to the Secretary of State to require suppliers to discount...


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