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*POSTPONED - DATE TBC* The Brexit Series: Energy and Climate Change Policy post-Brexit

*POSTPONED - DATE TBC* The Brexit Series: Energy and Climate Change Policy post-Brexit

1st March 2017

*This event has been postponed due to the Article 50 Bill. We are rescheduling this event for late February.* 

The second in a series of seminars by the Policy Connect sustainability hub, this event will focus on the future of UK policy on energy and climate change post-Brexit, and what this means in terms of our Paris commitments and the long-awaited Emissions Reduction Plan.


  • Stephen Gethins MP


  • John McNally MP
  • Matthew Pennycook MP
  • Peter Lilley MP
  • Antony Frogatt, Senior Research Fellow, Chatham House
  • Leah Davis, Acting Director, Green Alliance

Topics for discussion include:

  • What do we need to do to ensure energy security in a future outside of the EU?
  • Do we need an 'Environment Bill' to safeguard our climate commitments, and what should this include?
  • Should we mimic, remain part of or alter current standards such as energy efficient products and standards, vehicle efficiency standards, EPC ratings, and F-gas regulations?
  • Should be opt to stay in the EU ETS?
  • How do we prioritise research and funding on low-carbon economy?
  • How can we improve on CAP to reduce our carbon emissions?

We look forward to seeing you there!

The Brexit Series:

Policy Connect is organising a series of Parliamentary events to examine the impacts Brexit will have on the environment, energy and climate change, resources and built environment sector. With a range of expert speakers and attendees, these Parliamentary events will aim to inform the policy gap which the Government, UK industry and third sector have been exposed to following the result of the EU referendum on 23 June.

'The Brexit Series' will involve the production of four Parliamentary events between November 2016 and February 2017, and will be completed with a policy briefing disseminating the oral evidence collected to key policy makers in Government in March 2017.