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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 May 2017

  2. 'Beyond 2020' beginning a strategic conversation on future energy challenges and opportunities for Northern Ireland?

    • 26 May

    • Belfast
    In conjunction with the Utility Regulator for Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland branch of the Energy Institute are running a stakeholder workshop to outline a potential vision for NI energy policy beyond 2020. This is an important opportunity to gather the informed opinion of energy professionals and their voice to be heard.
  3. North Eastern YPN Annual General Meeting.

    • 25 May

    • Newcastle
    The Energy Institute (EI) North Eastern YPN would like to invite you to it's Annual General Meeting.
  4. Energy 4.0

    • 25 May

    • London
    What is "Energy 4.0"? The best way to find out is to attend, to hear from those active in this space and to network with other curious minds. The Energy Institute Young Professionals Network (YPN) and London Business School Energy Club, after the success of our joint event "Disruptive Technologies in the Energy Industry" last year have the great pleasure of inviting you to our next joint conference taking place on the evening of 25th May 2017.
  5. Maximising Wind Power - how far can the technology go?

    • 24 May

    • London
    In April Bloomberg reported that German?s electricity grid regulator approved bids to build the first offshore wind farms that depend entirely on market prices instead of government support and subsidy. We will be exploring how this situation has come about, whether this is a one-off event or part of a wider trend, and what this means for the future of energy supply in the UK and throughout the world.
  6. Scotland's first smart hydrogen microgrid

    • 24 May

    • Edinburgh
    The Southern Scotland EI Branch would like to invite you to a presentation by David Hogg, of Bright Green Hydrogen, on his organisation?s pioneering green hydrogen energy system. Fife-based Levenmouth Community Energy Project (LCEP), run by Bright Green Hydrogen, is leading Scotland, and in fact Europe, with its smart hydrogen microgrid.
  7. Innovation in the Utilities Sector - Fast or Slow, Stagnant or Progressive?

    • 24 May

    • Leeds
    The talk will focus on innovation as a process - what works well in organisations and how adopting new techniques will produce real benefits. It will also cover how innovators, businesses and the public sector can collaborate on this journey through the Energy Transition. Topics covered will include opportunities regarding demand side response and battery technology as well as the significant strides towards a digitally orientated Internet of Things marketplace.
  8. Oil and gas M&A: Acquiring and divesting assets and companies

    • 24 May - 26 May

    • London, UK
    This course develops the theme of optimising corporate and portfolio value focusing on the role of business development in ensuring long-term growth and improved returns through mergers and acquisitions.... AND MORE.
  9. edie live 2017

    • 23 May - 24 May

    • Birmingham
    At edie Live, we have the inspiration, information and introductions to navigate you towards a smarter and more sustainable business.
  10. ABB Consulting's Pressure Relief Conference

    • 23 May - 24 May

    • Manchester, UK
    Pressure relief is fundamental to the continued safe operation of any process. Pressure relief devices will form the basis of safe operation for company safety reports required under the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) regulations.
  11. Delivering increased real-world fuel efficiency for UK shipping

    • 23 May

    • London
    The amount of CO2 emitted by UK shipping is rising as a proportion of the UK total. This lecture looks at the implications of this, and the introduction of technologies that can be economically deployed to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
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