Does ESG hold the key to energy transition?
The war in Ukraine and the response by energy companies and governments – to perhaps return to fossil fuel development – has raised serious questions about environmental, social and corporate governance. It’s a changing picture, as Nick Cottam reports.
New Energy World
Relearning our relationship with energy can’t be left to chance, there’s too much at stake
With the UK Cabinet said to be split over whether government should be advising households to cut their energy use, the EI's Nick Turton FEI argues that a nationwide public information and behaviour change campaign is a crucial piece of the response to the current crisis and for net zero.
New Energy World
"Treat home energy efficiency as a national emergency", urge UK’s energy professionals
An urgent and enduring energy efficiency programme to help British householders weather spiralling prices and the wider energy crisis is the central demand made by the UK’s energy professionals in a new survey published today by the Energy Institute.
Renewables pioneer Juliet Davenport appointed Energy Institute President
Renewable energy pioneer Juliet Davenport OBE HonFEI has today become the new President of the Energy Institute.
Students from St Paul’s Girls’ School win the Energy Institute top prize at The Big Bang Competition
Young engineers from St Paul’s Girls’ School in Hammersmith, London, and their novel solar blinds concept – SolUp – have won this year’s Energy Institute Climate Change Special Award at The Big Bang Competition.
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