Detail of outcome
Detail of feedback received
Submissions to the National Infrastructure Commission
- Smart Power
- High Speed North
- Transport for a world city
In November 2015, in line with the published terms of reference, the National Infrastructure Commission sought evidence on how changes to existing market frameworks, increased interconnection and new technologies in demand-side management and energy storage can better balance supply and demand. Submissions to that call for evidence are published here.
The National Infrastructure Commission is a new, independent body which will look broadly at long-term infrastructure needs and provide impartial advice to ministers and Parliament. We plan on conducting studies on three national challenges.
For each of these studies, we will engage with the relevant government departments, regulators and delivery organisations, including Network Rail, TfL and the National Grid, as we develop our thinking. We are also keen to gather evidence and ideas from local government, businesses, service providers, users and others to support and shape this work.