Ministerial role

Minister of State for Climate Change


Since July 2014 this role is covered by the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Climate Change.

The Minister of State for Climate Change supports the Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change on issues and policies related to climate change. These include:

  • Green Deal
  • energy efficiency and energy demand reduction
  • promoting the interests of energy consumers
  • managing fuel poverty
  • national and international climate change
  • carbon budgets
  • Renewable Heat Incentive
  • feed-in tariffs
  • planning reform and consents
  • Green Investment Bank
  • green jobs and skills
  • climate science

Previous holders of this role

  1. The Rt Hon Gregory Barker

    • 2010 to 2014


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  1. Commercial rooftop solar

    • Speech
  2. Making Contracts for Difference work for solar

    • Speech
  3. Greg Barker on Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation in Great Britain monthly and quarterly figures

    • News story
  4. Renewable Energy Awards

    • Speech
  5. Statement by Gregory Barker: Fuel poverty annual report and statistics

    • News story
  6. UK renewables infrastructure investor day

    • Speech
  7. Ministerial correction

    • Statement to Parliament
  8. New scheme offers cash incentive to households using renewable heating systems in their homes

    • News story
  9. The UK’s rooftops to become power stations

    • Press release
  10. Support for Local Authorities to keep homes warm and lower energy bills

    • News story