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For organisations interested in interacting closely with the EI’s technical work programme and technical committees in specified areas of work or interest
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Region of operation: South America, Middle East and North Africa, UK, Central and North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa

Areas of work: Engineering, Skills, education and training, Renewables - other (wave, tidal, geothermal), Renewables - solar, Renewables - wind, Law, policy and governance, Oil and gas - processing, refining and marketing, Oil and gas - exploration and production, Nuclear, Hydrogen, Heat and/or power generation (excluding nuclear), Health and safety, Energy transportation, transmission and distribution, Energy demand and use, Environment and climate, Energy storage

RAS Ltd is an independent firm of risk experts specialising major accident hazards. RAS work with a number of the leading companies and SMEs in the oil and gas and specialist chemical sectors to help them manage their safety, environment and business risks. Established in 1993, RAS was founded on a set of simple principles, to recruit the best people in the industry, only work in our areas of expertise and to work with our clients, not for them. Based on this approach, the team has grown to include specialists from a variety of backgrounds, enabling RAS to develop bespoke solutions to any risk problem. Our services span the breadth of risk management, from helping our clients to understand their risks through hazard identification and risk assessment, to helping them prevent, control and mitigate these risks according to the principles of ALARP and emergency response planning.

For organisations operating in the energy sector who collaborate with the EI to raise their profile, stay informed, help their staff to develop professionally and access EI support
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Region of operation: UK

The REA was established in 2001 , as a not-for-profit trade association, representing British renewable energy producers and promoting the use of renewable energy in the UK. The REA endeavours to achieve the right regulatory framework for renewables to deliver an increasing contribution to the UK's electricity, heat and transport needs. The REA is the only UK trade body representing the full range of the renewable energy technologies across power, heat, transport and renewable gas. The REA's corporate membership consists of over 950 companies ranging from sole traders, farmers, installers, energy suppliers, consultancy firms, training bodies, legal services and major multinationals

For organisations interested in collaborating and contributing to the EI’s technical work programme, with full access to technical committees and content
For organisations interested in collaborating and contributing to the EI’s technical work programme, with full access to technical committees and content
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