- Professor Jim Swithenbank CEng FEI delivered keynote lecture to members of Yorkshire branch and IChemE Sheffield on 20 November 2013 in the University of Sheffield. Over 80 delegates from the academia and industry attended the lecture on Future Energy Challenges.
- The Yorkshire branch of the Energy Institute (EI) hosted over 125 members and guests at their annual lecture. The evening was held at the University of Sheffield, and guest speaker Professor Peter Styring, Professor of Chemical Engineering & Chemistry, spoke about the role of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in combating climate change.
- The University of Sheffield is pleased to announce the winners of their annual MSc(Eng) Environmental and Energy Engineering poster competition. This specialist course runs for 11 months each year, and in 2012-13 125 students were enrolled. A major part of the course is the research project. At the end of the course students submit their dissertations and present their research as posters. To mark the final day of the course the MSc students present their posters for assessment, and to enable fellow students, staff and guests an opportunity to discuss the research projects.
- This year's Annual Dinner was held at Meltham Golf Club on 18 April 2013. This event provides an ideal opportunity for branch members to socialise and network with colleagues and meet new friends from within the energy industry. The dinner was held in conjunction with the Royal Society of Chemistry.
- The Humber branch of the Energy Institute (EI) hosted an evening presentation about plans for the Humber Gateway offshore wind farm.
- There were 82 students registered on the University of Sheffield's MSc Environmental and Energy Engineering programme in 2011-12. This specialist course runs for 11 months each year. A major part of the course is the research project. At the end of the course students submit their dissertations and present their research as posters.
- Kris Szajdzicki FEI, founder and Chairman of ND Metering Solutions, and one of the world's leading manufacturers of electricity sub-meters, gave this very informative and interesting presentation on smart meters, customers and suppliers perspective, Government policy and the importance of smart meters in energy management.
- The EI Yorkshire branch's Annual Lecture was held at the University of Sheffield on 26 October 2011. Over 100 delegates attended the lecture, with the majority of them new MSc Environmental & Energy Engineering students. Sarah Beacock, EI Professional Affairs Director, gave a short address, followed by the presentation of the Foxwell Memorial Prize. This year it was awarded to two University of Sheffield graduates for their work in Fuel Technology:
- There were 71 students registered on the MSc Environmental and Energy Engineering programme in 2010-11. This specialist course runs for eleven months each year. A major part of the course is the research project. At the end of the course, students submit their dissertations and present their research as posters.