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The key aims of this competition are to address the skills in energy and environmental engineering and to inspire the next generation of world-class engineers.
The Aberdeen Highlands & Islands branch of the Energy Institute (EI) would like to invite you to the following event:
Professional development opportunity: Improve your emotional intelligence through a facilitated workshop from senior Talent Management representatives from across the industry…
The Energy Institute Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands branch would love you to take a team of four (or multiple teams!) for our first annual golf day, an ideal chance to network whilst enjoying a great round of golf.
Webinar for experienced energy professionals who are looking to add a professional title
An informal networking evening for all EI members in the South West and South Wales areas.
Meeting the challenges of the energy transition
The EI is proud to be continuing our long-standing sponsorship of the Energy Management Leader of the Year award, part of edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards. If you've played a leadership role in championing effective energy management in your organisation this year, we strongly encourage you to take a look and consider applying. For full details and to apply, visit https://event.edie.net/awards/. Winners are announced at the 2019 edie Sustainability Leaders Awards ceremony, taking place in London 6 February 2019 at Park Plaza London Westminster.
ISO 50001 supports organizations in all sectors to use energy more efficiently, through the development of an energy management system. Having under gone a recent review to ensure the standard meets the needs of an ever changing energy industry, the updated ISO 50001 will be available this year.
Deann Desai, Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Convenor of the working group was tasked with revising the standard. She says:
“Perhaps the most important change for the 2018 version is the incorporation of the high-level structure, which provides for improved compatibility with other management system standards. Because organizations often implement a number of management system standards, the use of a shared structure, as well as many of the same terms and definitions, helps to keep things simple,”