Statement of Purpose

The APPG on Deep Geothermal is established to bring together parliamentarians to share information and ideas, and to work collaboratively with stakeholders to develop a new British growth industry that is key to energy security and net zero, with the long-term goal of deep geothermal to become a mainstream renewable energy source in the UK.

This is not an official website [or feed] of Parliament.  It has not been approved by either House.  APPGs are informal groups of Parliamentarians with a common interest in particular issues.  The views expressed are those of the group.

For more information please contact: [email protected]

Members of the group include:

Ms Flick Drummond MP (Con)

The Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP (Con)

Ms Mary Foy MP (Lab)

Ms Jo Gideon MP (Con)

Ms Sally-Ann Hart MP (Con)

Mr Paul Howell MP

Mr Danny Kruger MP (Con)

Mr Ian Levy MP (Con)

The Lord Lucas (Con)

Ms Rachael Maskell MP (Lab)

Mr Royston Smith MP (Con)

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