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Tim Yeo said he would push the green agenda more aggressively if he was starting his time in Parliament again. “I’d be much more stridently pro-green. If I had understood in 1983 what I know now, I would have been much more green than I ... Continue to article
Tim Yeo said there was a risk of the lights going out as a result of a competition inquiry in the energy market. "There is a danger, because we are running a very tight margin of generating capacity and if the effect of this news today i... Continue to article
Tim Yeo said SSE's pledge to freeze energy bills was misleading and could not be guaranteed. “Well, of course, from a consumer’s point of view, they will be glad to have some confidence about future prices, but the truth is that no-one c... Continue to article
In a report being launched in Parliament today on the economic potential of renewables, the DECC Committee Chairman Tim Yeo sets out the context of the renewable energy debate in the UK. Continue to article
Tim Yeo admitted he was disappointed with his deselection as South Suffolk Conservative candidate and hit back at the accusation that he had been “invisible”. “Of course. I was hoping to carry on to the next Parliament and I was very enc... Continue to article
So @David_Cameron has written to support Tim Yeo in his reselection battle for South Suffolk. Will that help or hinder him?
Chris Huhne has been asked to explain the use of £1bn which had been earmarked for a carbon capture project which has since been cancelled. Chair of the Commons Energy and Climate Change Committee Tim Yeo has written to the Energy Secretary saying he was “shocked” to hear that the money may be borrowed for other purposes.
The Environmental Audit Committee has said that Britain must make greater efforts to adapt its infrastructure and homes to cope with the effects of climate change.
Tim Yeo, chairman of the energy and climate change select committee, has said there was "a degree of over-reaction" over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill after outgoing BP chief executive Tony Hayward was quizzed by MPs. Mr Yeo said BP was the "unwitting victim" of US domestic politics.
Tim Yeo, chair of the commons energy and climate change select committee, has called for a"'truly radical" pay-as-you-drive road pricing scheme. He also advocated privatisation of British motorways to cut carbon emissions and motoring costs.
The chair of the energy and climate select committee, Tim Yeo, is to call for further investment in low carbon technology. Mr Yeo told the Guardian that cutting the budget for sustainable technology would be like "cutting the budget for Spitfires in 1939".
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