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The Energy Institute offers a range of conferences, seminars, dinners, lunches and other events dealing with all sectors of the energy business and catering for the various interests of EI members and guests.

To keep you up to date with the topics of greatest concern, we run an annual programme of conferences. We are ideally placed to identify topical issues and provide a forum for debate led by experts from industry and government.

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  1. Events in April 2015

  2. ISO 50001 Lead Auditor Training Course

    • 27 Apr - 01 May

    • Alexandra House, Swindon
    BSIs Energy Management Systems (EnMS) Auditor/Lead Auditor Training Course provides you with the skill and knowledge to conduct and lead effective energy management system (EnMS) audits in accordance with the requirements of ISO 50001 and ISO 19011. The course explains the principles and practices of independent auditing for an EnMS, and guides participants through the entire audit process from managing an audit program to reporting on audit results.
  3. GREENFOODS energy training course

    • 27 Apr - 29 Apr

    • Newcastle University
    Further to the success of the EI North Eastern branch's event on Energy Efficiency Lessons from the Food and Beverage Industry in February, the branch and GREENFOODS consortium are co-organising an energy training course in April.
  4. Trading oil on international markets

    • 27 Apr - 01 May

    • Cambridge, UK
    Delegates become part of Invincible's trading team, taking decisions about the company's activities to maximise profits through an understanding of the economics of trading and the management of inherent price risks. They trade the live crude oil and refined product markets worldwide under the guidance of tutors, reacting to events as they happen using real time information from Reuters and Telerate screens and daily price information from Platts and Petroleum Argus.... AND MORE.
  5. EI Malaysia branch AGM

    • 28 Apr

    • SOVO @ The Armada
    Members of the Energy Institute (EI) are invited to join the EI Malaysia branch for its Annual General Meeting.
  6. EI London YPN Connect

    • 29 Apr

    • London EC1
    An evening of speed networking; a chance to meet and network with peer-level contacts across all sectors of the energy industry.
  7. Yorkshire branch annual dinner

    • 29 Apr

    • Gaskell's Restaurant
    After the great success of the new venue last year, this year's annual dinner will once again be held at Gaskell's Restaurant Wakefield. Gaskell's was voted restaurant of the year in 2011 and is run by the Hospitality and Catering Department of Wakefield College.
  8. Events in May 2015

  9. Talk on lighting controls and branch AGM

    • 12 May

    • De Montfort University
    A talk on lighting controls will be given by Dr Scott Wade, Wadelux Limited, followed by the East Midlands branch AGM.
  10. Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch AGM and talk

    • 12 May

    • Norwood Hall Hotel
    The EI Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch AGM will be held at 18.00 followed by a talk on Deep Geothermal Energy for the UK: Experiences in Northern England and Prospects in Scotland commencing at 18.30.
  11. The capacity market - what does it mean for future power generation?

    • 13 May

    • Dentons UKMEA LLP Office
    At the end of 2014 the UK Power Generation Sector underwent a paradigm shift in the first of the UK's Capacity Auctions.
  12. Hazards 25

    • 13 May - 15 May

    • Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), UK
    Hazards 25 will provide a platform for sharing best practice and latest research on all aspects of chemical and process safety in Europe, helping you to manage and reduce risk more effectively. This leading process safety event will feature a mix of invited keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations, and a trade exhibition of process safety related products and services.
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