Parliament Live from Holyrood – 15/12/2022
Join us for Parliament Live from Holyrood including the Scottish Budget 2023-24 Ministerial Statement,
2:00pm – Portfolio Questions – Net Zero, Energy and Transport
Liam Kerr S6O-01692
1. To ask the Scottish Government whether it considers hydrogen as an alternative to natural gas to be a viable solution to decarbonising heat in homes.
Marie McNair S6O-01693
2. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on how many drinks producers have registered with Circularity Scotland for the new Deposit Return Scheme.
Roz McCall S6O-01694
3. To ask the Scottish Government what progress has been on the delivery of its Heat in Buildings Strategy, including decarbonising homes and workplaces.
Rhoda Grant S6O-01695
4. To ask the Scottish Government what steps it is taking to support off-gas-grid households during the cost of living crisis.
Karen Adam S6O-01696
5. To ask the Scottish Government what consideration it is giving to reinstating rail services to the north east, in particular to Peterhead and Fraserburgh in the Banffshire and Buchan Coast constituency.
Sue Webber S6O-01697
6. To ask the Scottish Government what its response is to the open letter signed by over 500 businesses asking for the Deposit Return Scheme to be delayed beyond next summer.
Finlay Carson S6O-01698
7. To ask the Scottish Government when the final recommendations of the Strategic Transport Projects Review 2 will be published.
Jamie Greene S6O-01699
8. To ask the Scottish Government when the Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport last met with CalMac representatives.
2:25pm – Ministerial Statement: Scottish Budget 2023-24
5:30pm – Decision Time
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