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All members, guests and colleagues are welcome to participate in branch activities. We hope to see you soon.

Committee contact

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

Sam Botterill
Position: Chair
Micol Salmeri
Position: Vice Chair

Events

Future-proofing your Career: Role of IOCs in the Energy Transition

27-02-2019
The industry is in a state of flux. So what role can oil and gas play in the future of energy supply in a wider energy mix, and in developing the careers of young energy professionals?

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L1: Certificate in Energy Management Essentials - March 2019

11-03-2019
About: This introductory 5 day classroom course provides a comprehensive, practical overview of the fundamentals of energy management, equipping participants with all the essential knowledge and skills they need to save energy, reduce operational costs and carbon emissions, comply with legislat...

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UK MoD Aviation Fuels Committee Meeting

19-03-2019
Receive essential guidance and updates on aviation fuel specifications, including those for aviation turbine fuel, Def Stan 91-091 and aviation gasoline, Def Stan 91-090.

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Energy Efficiency 2019

27-03-2019
Discover the latest technologies and innovations around saving energy, reducing carbon emissions, lowering operational costs and complying with legislation.

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Retail energy market – making it work for consumers

30-04-2019
Discuss the latest issues facing the retail energy market, including the controversial price cap, energy equity, and recent supplier failures.

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Publications and documents

Latest news

London's Mayor launches £500mn business energy efficiency fund

12-07-2018
The Mayor of London has launched a new £500mn fund to boost energy efficiency in public buildings and small businesses across the city – a move he hopes will accelerate the capital’s ambition to become ‘a zero-carbon city’ by 2050. The Mayor’s Energy Efficiency Fund (MEEF), announced by the Mayor of...

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London hospital's major new energy centre to reduce yearly carbon emissions by 6,000 tonnes

4-07-2018
A London hospital has undergone a major overhaul of its energy facilities, which will cut its yearly carbon dioxide emissions by 20% (6,000 tonnes) – the equivalent to taking 3,000 cars off the road.The new energy centre, launched at St George’s Hospital in Tooting, south-west London, features two c...

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£10 ‘Toxicity Charge’ for London’s most polluting cars

27-03-2017
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed that his £10 toxic ‘T-Charge’, said to be the toughest vehicle emission standard of any world city, will start in central London on 23 October. Up to 10,000 of the oldest, most polluting vehicles are expected every weekday to be potentially liable for the new em...

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New ‘toxicity charge’ planned for London

2-03-2017
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is to introduce a £10 ‘toxicity charge’ on 23 October this year, in a bid to clean up the capital city’s air. It is reportedly the toughest emission standard of any world city to date. The new emissions levy will apply to motorists who own vehicles that do not meet Euro 4 sta...

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More Low Emission Bus Zones for London

1-02-2017
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced plans for ten more Low Emission Bus Zones to deploy the ‘greenest’ buses on the capital’s most polluted routes to cut emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx). The buses are part of the Mayor’s measures to tackle London’s filthy air – responsible for the premature ...

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