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Welcome to the North Eastern branch page

Welcome to the North Eastern branch page.

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

Committee contact

To contact the branch, please email

Edward Walker AMEI
Position: Chair
Andy Clarke CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer
Position: Vice-Chair
James Prime AMEI
Position: Secretary
Dilibe Aneke AMEI
Position: Commercial Representative
Dr Huashan Bao AMEI
Position: Treasurer


North Eastern branch Annual General Meeting

The North Eastern Energy Institute Branch Network are holding their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the 27 June 2019 in Newcastle.

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Creating a Sustainable Offshore Environment

The outgoing Branch Chairman fulfils his last obligation by speaking to the membership about his work permitting offshore energy generation projects.

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Passivhaus – the technology to improve building energy efficiency

Passivhaus is a well established concept that has been proven to reduce building energy usage significantly and needs to be employed more widely if we are to achieve Climate Change targets.

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The Benefits of Greenhouse Gas Accounting

Governments are forcing companies to account for their Greenhouse gas emissions – but Why? And How?

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A Christmas Present for Kiribati

Joint Meeting with UKAEE Andy Clark first wrote about the plight of Kiribati over a decade ago. Sea Level rise is likely to sink these islands very soon – but that is only part of their problems. How can we help them?

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Publications and documents

Latest news

Oil companies operating onshore assets in England should be aware of a recent Co ...

Oil companies operating onshore assets in England should be aware of a recent Court judgment1 ruling that drill pipe passing through the substrata of the surface landowner at any depth without consent having been obtained constituted trespass, writes Neil Q Miller*, Dispute Resolution Partner at Nor...

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