Welcome to the Humber branch page

Welcome to the Humber branch page.

The EI Humber branch is centered on the South Bank of the Humber Estuary at Immingham, North Lincolnshire. All members, guests and colleagues are welcome to participate in branch activities. We hope to see you at a local event soon.

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Committee contact

To contact the branch, please email humber@energyinst.org.

David Talbot
Position: Chair
John Kersey MEI
Position: Vice Chair
Liam Jackson
Position: Secretary
Geoff Fulcher FEI
Position: Treasurer

Events and training

Sorry, there are no events showing at the moment. Please check back as this page is updated regularly. For other events or training courses, visit the What's on section.

Publications and documents

Humber Branch Dinner Dance Overview 2017 1

Humber Energy Estuary Map

EI - Liam Jackson

Craig Sutherland

EI - Maggie Johnson

EI - David Hughes

Latest news

Green boost to cut UK industry carbon emissions

Six projects across the UK are to receive a share of £8mn in government funding as part of a drive to create the world’s first net zero emissions industrial zone by 2040.Projects in the West Midlands, Tees Valley, North West, Humber, Scotland and South Wales will see local authorities working with i...

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Eni enters UK offshore wind market

Eni has entered the UK offshore wind market for electricity production by acquiring a 20% stake in the Dogger Bank (A and B) 2.4 GW project from Equinor and SSE Renewables.The project involves the installation of 190 state-of-the-art wind turbines situated approximately 80 miles from the UK coast. E...

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UK Prime Minister launches 10-point plan for a Green Industrial Revolution

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched an ambitious plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, which promises to create 250,000 jobs. Though some question whether the planned £12bn of government investment goes nearly far enough, despite the expectation that it will spur three times as much private s...

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Hydrogen and carbon capture projects planned for Humberside

Humberside, said to be the UK’s largest and most carbon-intensive industrial region has taken the first steps towards decarbonisation with at least three consortia of energy companies studying projects to produce hydrogen and capture, transport and store carbon dioxide (CO2) produced in the region.&...

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New UK government plans to boost offshore wind, including floating turbines

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the government will make the UK the world leader in wind energy – creating jobs, slashing carbon emissions and boosting exports at the same time – as part of its plans to ‘build back greener’ after the current COVID crisis. Speaking last month, Johnson and...

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