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Government launches Balance of Competence Review on Energy

The government has published a call for evidence on the balance of competence between the United Kingdom and the European Union on energy.

The Foreign Secretary launched the Balance of Competences Review in Parliament on 12 July 2012.

The public call for evidence on energy will run for three months from 24th October 2013 to 15th January 2014. Following the call for evidence, a report on the current balance of competence on energy and what this means for the national interest will be published in summer 2014.

Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Edward Davey said: “The Balance of Competences Review is an important and unique opportunity for people and interest groups to have their say on how we interact with the EU and the effect that EU legislation has on our energy policy.

“Energy plays an important role in all sectors of society and driving the economy. I would strongly urge people to take advantage of this opportunity, make their views known, and help inform this important national debate. I look forward to hearing the views of interested parties during the course of the Call for Evidence”.

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