- Research from Siemens Industry and the Energy Institute (EI) shows that businesses in the UK lack support from banks when investing in energy efficiency measures, with nearly nine out of ten businesses (88%) having a negative experience. Siemens is calling for a greater role for the Green Investment Bank in supporting the SME market.
- Energy efficiency is included as an integral part of all climate change mitigation strategies proposed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and International Energy Agency (IEA). Adopting an energy management system is one of the best ways for the UAE to reduce its energy consumption.
- As an EI Member you now have access, via the eLibrary section of this website, to Science in Parliament (SIP), Spring 2014 edition - The Journal of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee. The Committee is an Associate Parliamentary Group of members of both Houses of Parliament and British members of the European Parliament, representatives of scientific and technical institutions, industrial organisations and universities
- Siemens Industry and the Energy Institute (EI) advise Government that much more needs to be done to instil confidence in the UK's ability to meet its energy targets. A recent survey suggests significant access to finance for companies wanting to invest in green technologies to reduce emissions and comply with EU and UK legislation.
- Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, today announced its official collaboration with the Energy Institute (EI) in organising the first Energy Systems conference to be held 24-25 June 2014 in London.
- The next generation of energy industry leaders will play a key role at the World Energy Congress in Korea, 13-17 October 2013, as part of the Future Energy Leaders Programme (FELP).
- The Energy Institute (EI) Republic of Ireland has today published a submission to Government which highlights serious vulnerabilities in current energy policies. It is calling on Government to consider actions that would help develop Ireland's hydrocarbon resources so as to create jobs and generate revenues to aid in Ireland's economic recovery. The key issue highlighted is the relative decline in hydrocarbon exploration in Ireland, which is exacerbated by the lack of interest of oil and gas majors in competing for exploration licences.
- Professor Jim Skea FEI, receives a CBE in the Queen's birthday honours. Prof Skea is Professor of Sustainable Energy at the Centre of Environment Policy, Imperial College.
- Prof David MacKay, Chief Scientific Advisor to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), was presented with the Energy Institute (EI)'s prestigious Melchett Award at a ceremony held in London on 10 June.
- The first module of a new e-learning course on energy management, which is currently being developed by the Energy Institute (EI), is now available free of charge. The full course will be released in July.