Marine Energy APPG

First Registered: 16/12/2020 • Last updated on: 27/01/2021

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To promote the economic, supply chain and energy security benefits from the development of marine energy resources in and around the UK.



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Recent Documents related to Marine Energy

1. Potential of marine energy projects in Great Britain: call for evidence
28/08/2020 - Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
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Found: August 2020 Marine energy A call for evidence on the potential of marine energy projects in Great

2. Marine Planning: Iteration 3 engagement for the north east, north west, south east and south west marine plan areas
03/09/2020 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: addressed by policies : Achieving a sustainable marine economy Infrastructure is in place to support

3. Marine Planning: Iteration 3 engagement for the north east, north west, south east and south west marine plan areas
03/09/2020 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: addressed by policies : Achieving a sustainable marine economy Infrastructure is in place to support

4. Marine Planning: Iteration 3 engagement for the north east, north west, south east and south west marine plan areas
03/09/2020 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: addressed by policies : Achieving a sustainable marine economy Infrastructure is in place to support

5. Marine Planning: Iteration 3 engagement for the north east, north west, south east and south west marine plan areas
03/09/2020 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: addressed by policies: Achieving a sustainable marine economy Infrastructure is in place to support

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Marine Energy

1. Marine Renewables: Government Support for Commercial Roll-out
08/12/2020 - Westminster Hall

1: Government support for the commercial roll-out of marine renewables.It is a pleasure to be here in - Speech Link
2: rising and setting? Projects such as the tidal energy generator in Strangford lough, which is a pilot - Speech Link
3: chairman of the all-party parliamentary group on marine energy and tidal lagoons. As he and the hon. Member - Speech Link
4: UK on the world stage. According to the UK Marine Energy Council, there are currently 22 tidal stream - Speech Link

2. Constitutional Law
10/04/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: for investors. In this case, which pertains to energy installations, it can deliver benefits for the - Speech Link
2: location is based on where the turbine or renewable energy is located, rather than the company, the licence - Speech Link
3: impact assessment regulatory functions connected to energy consent within the Scottish part of the REZ are - Speech Link
4: regards to the Scottish section of the renewable energy zone and to correct amendments that were previously - Speech Link

3. Energy Policy
25/06/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon.Britain’s energy policy on electricity generation is based on meeting - Speech Link
2: pressIt emerged in a joint hearing of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee and Welsh Affairs - Speech Link
3: working people and businesses have to pay for their energy is a matter of complete indifference to him. Is - Speech Link

4. Oral Answers to Questions
19/03/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: inform such a decision. I hope that the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, which the hon - Speech Link
2: to talk to outsourced Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy workers from the Public - Speech Link
3: that to become part of the supply chain of the energy estuary’s burgeoning offshore wind sector? - Speech Link
4: enjoyed what might be the last ever meeting of EU Energy Ministers last week, where it was clear that our - Speech Link
5: Those plants can be repowered to generate more energy, and we expect them to be, but any application - Speech Link
6: that we welcome the fact that we have a diverse energy supply. As we have discussed, there are thousands - Speech Link
7: project will saddle consumers with a 35% tax on energy bills. Given that this Government currently have - Speech Link
8: on having a diverse, low-cost energy system. We have to deliver energy security, and those thousands - Speech Link

5. Transition Towns and Fossil Fuels
18/03/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: that the abolition in 2016 of the Department of Energy and Climate Change has removed governmental focus - Speech Link
2: Bristol include Bristol Energy Network, which is supporting communities to build an energy system that works - Speech Link
3: agree that organisations such as like Plymouth Energy Community, which is crowd-funding solar panels - Speech Link
4: of what is great about transition towns and the energy networks and other organisations within them. I - Speech Link
5: fossil fuels? The rapid development of renewable energy sources over the past few decades had helped to - Speech Link
6: expanding renewable energy. That includes the potential for energy from wave and tidal—from marine sources. I - Speech Link

6. Renewable Energy
05/06/2019 - Lords Chamber

1: potential of tidal ranges to generate renewable energy, and (2) encourage the private sector to invest - Speech Link
2: imperative that the UK plays to its strengths, and in energy one of its real strengths is the range of its tides - Speech Link
3: renewable energy. I would welcome the Minister’s thoughts on this huge change in the renewable energy landscape - Speech Link

7. Fisheries Bill [HL]
02/03/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: Clause— “Fisheries principles (1) Marine stocks within the UK Exclusive Economic Zone are - Speech Link
2: is that if the Government believe that quota and marine stocks belong to the nation as a whole, it cannot - Speech Link
3: public authorities. It is therefore right that marine stocks should belong to the nation as a whole.As - Speech Link
4: important principles about the ownership of our marine stocks. He is right to say that the Bill currently - Speech Link
5: that“The fish in our seas, like our wider marine assets, are a public resource and therefore the - Speech Link
6: should, however, relate to the marine ecology, fish stocks and the wider marine inhabitants. I therefore suggest - Speech Link

8. Economic Growth: South-west
05/02/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: local enterprise partnership has a focus on the marine environment and in Taunton Deane we have the UK - Speech Link
2: the work that it has done, particularly in the marine engineering and science departments. However, let - Speech Link
3: with officials from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to develop a local industrial - Speech Link
4: see a bit more. The third was for investment in energy connectivity—switching on to opportunity—on which - Speech Link
5: UK’s first national marine park. That project has the support of Plymouth Marine Laboratory, the University - Speech Link

9. Energy White Paper
14/12/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: Madam Deputy Speaker, today we have published the energy White Paper setting out how we will power our net - Speech Link
2: we too believe that it can play a part in the energy mix, but the Government appear not to have come - Speech Link

10. Fisheries Bill (Fifth sitting)
11/12/2018 - Public Bill Committees

1: Crockard, senior fisheries policy advocate for the Marine Conservation Society. She said:“The ambition - Speech Link
2: possible way, while recognising the complexity of the marine environment and how things are subject to change - Speech Link
3: legislation, and those obligations are set out in the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009, which was introduced - Speech Link
4: statement are covered by other legislation, notably the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 and the Environment - Speech Link
5: joint fisheries statement, he will know that the marine environment is a very dynamic place where new challenges - Speech Link
6: their own quota and goes their own way, and the marine resource suffers. It is important that our plan - Speech Link
7: including a new public asset objective, a new marine planning objective, a new safety and workforce - Speech Link
8:  page 1, line 9, at end insert—“(g) the marine planning objective.”This amendment would - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Marine Energy
1. Water Power
asked by: Martyn Day
13/01/2021
... what discussions his Department has had with the APPG for Marine Energy on the UK Marine Energy Council’s submission to the Department for BEIS: Call for Evidence.

2. Water Power: Industry
asked by: Richard Graham
13/03/2018
...What steps he is taking to support the marine energy industry.

3. Renewable Energy: Job Creation
asked by: Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick
24/11/2020
...To ask Her Majesty's Government what steps they are taking to increase jobs in the marine renewable energy sector.

4. ABLE Humber Port
asked by: Melanie Onn
04/06/2018
... what steps his Department is taking to support the development of the Able Marine Energy Park.

5. Renewable Energy
asked by: Baroness Smith of Gilmorehill
16/04/2019
... to achieve the delivery of that percentage.

Latest Questions
17 Current APPG Members
Richard Graham Portrait
Richard Graham
Chair & Registered Contact
Conservative - Gloucester
Joined: 16th December 2020
4 APPG Memberships
Archives and History , Bridge , China , Indonesia
Stephen Crabb Portrait
Stephen Crabb
Vice Chair
Conservative - Preseli Pembrokeshire
Joined: 16th December 2020
Bob Seely Portrait
Bob Seely
Vice Chair
Conservative - Isle of Wight
Joined: 16th December 2020
Andrew Bowie Portrait
Andrew Bowie
Vice Chair
Conservative - West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine
Joined: 16th December 2020
Simon Fell Portrait
Simon Fell
Vice Chair
Conservative - Barrow and Furness
Joined: 16th December 2020
Nusrat Ghani Portrait
Nusrat Ghani
Vice Chair
Conservative - Wealden
Joined: 16th December 2020
3 APPG Memberships
Muslim Women , Polo , Wine of Great Britain
Mark Jenkinson Portrait
Mark Jenkinson
Vice Chair
Conservative - Workington
Joined: 16th December 2020
Sheryll Murray Portrait
Sheryll Murray
Vice Chair
Conservative - South East Cornwall
Joined: 16th December 2020
Christine Jardine Portrait
Christine Jardine
Secretary
Liberal Democrat - Edinburgh West
Joined: 16th December 2020
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Richard Graham MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 7077.

Email: richard.graham.mp@parliament.uk

Secretariat:

Renewable UK acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.renewableuk.com/

Benefits in Kind
Date
15 Oct 2020
Source
Renewable UK
Description
Secretariat   From : 15/10/2020 To : 14/10/2021
Value
£4,501

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Marine Energy APPG