House of Lords to meet experts to study Brexit impact on climate policy

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The House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Energy and Environment has announced they will meet experts from UCL and Chatham House to discuss the possible impact of Brexit on EU and UK energy and climate change policy.

The session will be held at 11:00am on Wednesday 13 July in Committee Room 2 of the House of Lords. Important dignitaries giving evidence to the Committee include Professor Michael Grubb, professor of International Energy and Climate Change Policy, UCL and Antony Froggatt, senior research fellow, Chatham House.

The session will address the short and long term impact of Brexit on UK and post-Brexit EU energy and climate change policy. It will also discuss what EU laws and requirements regarding energy and climate change will the UK continue to be bound by post Brexit.

Further, the discussion will also focus on UK’s priorities for energy and climate change in the Brexit negotiations and how dependent the UK is on energy imports and what impact might Brexit have on the security of supply and the UK energy mix.

Finally the committee will also look upon UK’s role in future climate change diplomacy.

Rajani Baburajan

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