West Midlands and Mid Wales

Welcome to the West Midlands and Mid Wales branch page

Welcome to the West Midlands and Mid Wales 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 westmidlandsmidwales@energyinst.org.

Andrew Townsend AMEI
Position: Chair
Apryl Pheasant MEI
Position: Vice Chair
Ian Gregory CEng MEI
Position: Treasurer
Glenn Karlsson AMEI
Position: Membership and Education Secretary
Eduardas Skurovas
Position: Member

Events and training

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Publications and documents

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Latest news

New technologies to be tested under new UK transport regulatory review

The UK government has launched a consultation to make journeys easier, smarter and greener through new technology as part of its Future of transport regulatory review.The review will consider how we make small changes to our everyday travel decisions and whether we could choose to walk, cy...

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Heat-as-a-service trialled in 100 UK homes

Two companies have successfully trialled selling ‘heat-as-as-service’ – rather than just retailing units of energy – as part of a ‘Living Lab’ trial run by the Energy Systems Catapult. This new approach is thought to hold much promise as a way to reduce heating bills and decarbonise the heat ma...

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New battery manufacturing facility to be based in the West Midlands

Coventry is to be the home of the new National Battery Manufacturing Development Facility (NBMDF), which is being developed with £80mn of government funding to help establish the UK as a world leader in battery technology and innovation. The initiative is part of the government’s £246mn investment i...

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Clean automotive sector will be ‘at the heart of UK industrial strategy’

Business and Energy Industry Secretary Greg Clark has clearly signalled that making Britain a world-leading hub for electric and next-generation vehicles is to be placed at the heart of the government’s industrial strategy. And, speaking at a meeting of political and automotive leaders from the Midl...

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LED lamps for museum gallery

Artefacts displayed at Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery are being seen in a new light thanks to a major energy efficiency upgrade. As part of the ‘Reducing Bills: Greening Museums' programme taking place across the West Midlands, Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery recognised that installing LED lighting...

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