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London and Home Counties YPN

Welcome to the London and Home Counties YPN branch page

Welcome to the London and Home Counties YPN page.

The YPN is part of the Energy Institute acting as ‘the hub for tomorrow’s energy leaders.’ Our mission is to draw together cross-discipline energy professionals from diverse backgrounds to learn about and discuss key energy issues.  We provide a platform from which they can grow and develop whilst building strong multidisciplinary networks, spanning the whole energy sector. 

The London and Home Counties YPN was set up in 2013 and has gone from strength to strength. We organise seminars, panel discussions and networking events to bring together young professionals from all sectors of the industry. All professionals are welcome to attend our events. In most cases they are free to attend but have limited availability and places are issued on a first come first served basis.

Hear about our upcoming events first by signing up to our YPN mailing list.

Committee contact

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

Joe Court
Position: Chair
Pippa Jones AMEI
Position: Vice Chair Sponsorship
Rachel Lillycrop
Position: Vice Chair Events
David Yiu-Shing Pang AMEI
Position: Treasurer
Anthony Wang
Position: Vice Chair Media

Events and training

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Publications and documents

Latest news

London’s electric bus fleet ‘the largest in Europe’

30-10-2019
Two of London’s bus routes are becoming exclusively electric – routes 43 and 134 will become the UK’s first bus routes to use only electric double-deck buses, helping to reduce carbon emissions and improve the air for Londoners. A journey in an electric bus is smoother and quieter than one with...

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From London to Lagos – young professionals connect with senior EI figures

17-04-2019
Senior industry figures have been sharing their tips for career success and insights into the energy sector with the upcoming generation of young professionals, at the latest Young Professionals Network (YPN) Connect events.The London and Home Counties YPN Connect event in March was attended by EI P...

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New ultra-low emission zone in central London

9-04-2019
A new ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) is now in force in central London, covering the same area as the congestion charge. Drivers of older, more polluting vehicles are being charged to enter the ULEZ area at any time – 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year.Most vehicles, including ...

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Harnessing London’s underground heat and retrofitting NYC – EI Energy Efficiency conference

28-03-2019
Big city energy management challenges from both sides of the pond were discussed at EI’s annual Energy Efficiency Conference this week in London.Transport for London’s Senior Energy Strategy Manager Alex Gilbert provided an insight into a transit system expected to spend £6 billion on energy by 2030...

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Extra funding to accelerate the greening of London taxis

19-03-2019
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced plans to invest an extra £24mn to help more black cab drivers switch to electric vehicles, more than doubling Transport for London’s (TfL’s) existing £18mn fund which was launched in January. Under the plans, grants will be restructured to provide more payments...

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