Welcome to the Northern Ireland branch page

Welcome to the Northern Ireland 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 northernireland@energyinst.org.

Paul Andrews
Position: Honorary Treasurer
Sam Knox
Position: Branch Representative
Clare McAllister
Position: Head of Membership
Sam McCloskey
Position: Honorary Secretary
Nicola Murphy
Position: Chair

Events and training

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Publications and documents

Latest news

World’s first hydrogen-powered double decker bus arrives in Aberdeen

What is claimed to be the world’s first hydrogen-powered, zero emission double decker bus was unveiled in Aberdeen on 8 October 2020. A number of vehicles will be travelling around the city for several weeks during a period of final testing along with training for drivers, with 15 buses expected to ...

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Transport emissions and R&D projects win UK government funding

The government is to support a series of projects aimed at making progress towards a net zero future, including a highly ambitious initiative to develop zero emission air transport. First, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that UK industry will receive around £350mn to cut down carbon emiss...

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UK government announces energy transformation fund

The UK government has announced nearly £80mn of government investment to help cut carbon emissions from homes and energy intensive businesses. The funding will be invested in a wide range of programmes, including pioneering heat networks and a new programme to bring down the cost of retrofitting res...

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A new UK emissions trading system?

The UK government has published proposals published showing how a new UK-wide Emissions Trading System (ETS) would work. The system – designed by the UK, Scottish and Welsh governments with the Northern Ireland Executive – would be a crucial step towards achieving the UK’s target for net zero carbo...

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Six key principles to form a resilient UK recovery – CCC

The government’s Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has set out six principles to rebuild the nation following the COVID-19 pandemic while also delivering a stronger, cleaner and more resilient economy. In letters to the Prime Minister and First Ministers in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the ...

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