Lord Smith of Kelvin’s job is to create a process through which all can come together, work together and agree the detail of what those powers should be.
So the Industrial and Power Association will submit a paper on behalf of its members.
- What are your thoughts on The Scottish Government belief that the Scottish Parliament should have greater responsibility for all energy policy and regulation?
- Will more personal tax and possible corporation tax devolvement impact your business?
Meanwhile, the IPA is holding a dinner event in Glasgow on 19 November with Bert Dunwoody Marketing Manager, Howden Global, as guest speaker.
Hector Grant, Chief Executive, Industrial and Power Association, said: “Although this event is very much an informal social evening and will be an opportunity to meet other IPA members and guests it will be held at a very interesting time for the industry.
“As such we will take the opportunity to gather further opinion about what the energy industry would like to see devolved to the Scottish Government and relay these to members of The Smith Commission.”
The IPA has meanwhile welcomed the following new members:
- Retronix Oil and Gas
- Siemens plc
- Aggreko plc
- HBJ Gateley solicitors
- Island GIS
The IPA is also holding a dinner event in Glasgow on 19 November with Bert Dunwoody Marketing Manager of Howden Global as guest speaker.