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

EI - Martin Haworth

Latest news

EU OYSTER consortium chooses Grimsby for innovative hydrogen project

7-09-2021
Grimsby has been chosen as the location for an innovative ‘marinised’ electrolyser project for renewable hydrogen production.Reaching the EU Hydrogen ...

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UK net zero strategy ‘must assemble a mass skilled workforce’

19-07-2021
The transition to a net zero energy economy will require the creation of a substantial strategy to deliver the relevant new skills to the whole energy...

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Humber and Teesside join forces to form East Coast CCS Cluster

9-07-2021
The Northern Endurance Partnership (NEP), Net Zero Teesside and Zero Carbon Humber initiatives have joined forces to create the East Coast Cluster, wh...

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New jobs in UK offshore wind will aid ‘levelling up’

1-05-2021
New research from the Offshore Wind Industry Council (OWIC) suggests that the number of people working directly and indirectly in the UK’s offshore wi...

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Equinor and SSE Thermal plan first-of-a-kind hydrogen and carbon capture projects

8-04-2021
Equinor and SSE Thermal have unveiled plans to jointly develop two first-of-a-kind, low carbon power stations in the UK’s Humber region, comprising on...

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