- Paul Walker, EI Humber branch committee member (pictured left), presented the EI's tear drop trophy to Michael Sutton. This was awarded at the Humber Training Engineering Association (HETA) Awards Evening at Hessle in recognition for his power saving fluorescent lighting circuits project.
- The Energy Institute (EI) will host a reception on 31 October, 2010 at the Fairmont Bab Al-Bahr hotel, Abu Dhabi to launch the newest addition in its international branch network - EI Middle East.
- Transport Secretary Philip Hammond has confirmed that motorists will receive up to £5,000 towards purchase of an ultra-low carbon car from January 2011.
- IEA and OECD Nuclear Energy Agency 'Nuclear Energy Technology Roadmap' published
- The Energy Institute (EI) has published a new, 8th edition of the EI Model code of safe practice Part 1: The selection, installation, inspection, and maintenance of electrical and non-electrical apparatus in hazardous areas. This replaces the 7th edition (previously called the Electrical Safety Code)
- The Energy Institute (EI) has formally merged with the British Energy Association (BEA) to form UKWEC - the UK Member Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC). UKWEC will operate within the EI as a special network - membership of which provides companies and individuals with access to high profile seminars, as well as opportunities to contribute to WEC research activities and network with energy professionals across WEC's global community of around 100 countries.
- At a recent industry dinner, the Energy Institute (EI) presented Sir Ian Wood, Chairman, Wood Group (pictured centre), with the esteemed Cadman Award in recognition of outstanding services to the petroleum industry.