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Committee contact

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

Mark Burrows CEng CEnv FEI Chartered Energy Manager
Position: Chair
Peter Rock MEI
Position: Treasurer
Peter Stevens MEI
Position: Membership Secretary
Rachel Lee FEI Chartered Energy Manager
Position: Education Secretary
Matthew Walker
Position: Hon Secretary

Events and training

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Publications and documents

Yorkshire Branch Nomination Forms

Latest news

Hornsea Two construction underway; North Falls and Dogger Bank to follow

16-10-2020
While the government increases its target for offshore wind, three new and proposed North Sea wind farms are moving forward, with construction of Hornsea Two getting started, an extension to Greater Gabbard on the cards and Dogger Bank A and B deciding on which turbines to use. First, developer Ørs...

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Plans for UK zero carbon industrial cluster

7-10-2020
The Zero Carbon Humber (ZCH) Partnership has submitted a joint proposal to create a low carbon cluster in the Humber, the UK’s largest and most carbon-intensive industrial region.The application is a first step to creating the world’s first net zero industrial cluster by 2040 and will support clean ...

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New low-carbon buses for Newport, Leeds and Aberdeen

3-10-2020
Forgive the old joke, but news of three low-carbon bus projects have arrived at the same time. First, battery storage company Zenobe Energy and Newport City Council’s subsidiary Newport Transport have announced the first-ever fleet of electric buses to service the city. Fifteen Yutong buses, manufa...

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UK needs regional plans made with workers – TUC

12-09-2020
A new report: Voice and place: how to plan fair and successful paths to net zero emissions from the TUC sets out the potential for a ‘place-based’ strategy, with direct input from workers, to reach net zero carbon emissions. The report is based on research in five UK nations and regions that draws o...

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Flexible operation for Europe’s largest battery site

21-05-2020
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has partnered with Flexitricity to optimise its 50 MW/75 MWh Thurcroft battery storage site. Flexible energy specialist Flexitricity will provide market access for what is thought to be Europe’s largest battery, optimising revenue for the asset as well as helping N...

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