Join the professional community - and get recognition for your energy expertise
Become part of a global community working towards a more safe, secure and sustainable energy system. As an EI member, you gain access to unique insight, networking opportunities, knowledge resources and professional recognition opportunities – helping you to better understand and contribute to energy, and develop your career.
If you are studying or on an apprenticeship.
If you’re looking to develop your career and plan to get professionally qualified.
If you're interested in energy and want the latest news, views and membership benefits.
If you make sure that things work at ground level and solve energy's technical problems.
Professional Registrants route
If you are already registered as an EngTech and work in energy , there is a new fast track route to becoming a Technician Member of the EI.
If you are an experienced energy professional in a responsible role.
Professional Registrants route
If you are already a Chartered or Incorporated Engineer, or a Chartered Environmentalist take a look at our new fast track route to becoming a Member.
Interim Registration (Engineer)
Interim registration certifies that you have the foundation knowledge to become a EngTech, Incorporated or Chartered Engineer working in energy.
Chartered Engineer (CEng)
Chartered Engineers develop solutions to engineering problems.
Incorporated Engineer (IEng)
Incorporated Engineers maintain and manage applications of current and developing technology.
Engineering Technician (EngTech)
Engineering Technicians apply proven techniques and procedures to the solution of practical engineering problems.
Chartered Energy Manager
Chartered Energy Managers are professionals who manage energy in an organisation and make sure that it is used efficiently.
Chartered Environmentalists work to mitigate and solve environmental challenges in energy, and to promote sustainability.
Our free webinars are designed to help you learn more about the professional membership and registration options offered by the Energy Institute.
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How EI membership can benefit you
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Find out more about our annual membership subscription fees, application fees, and fees for your professional registrations.
Manage your membership
Renew your membership
EI membership runs from 1 January – 31 December each year. The due date is 1 January of the year for which you are renewing, unless you pay by Direct Debit, in which case your payment will be taken in February.
Signing up for Direct Debit is the easiest way to ensure your membership fee is paid in time each year and your access to your member benefits is uninterrupted. To register, please complete and submit our direct debit form.
Alternatively, you can renew your membership by logging into your MyEI profile, clicking on ‘Renew membership’ and entering your card details. When you have paid, you will be able to download a receipt. Please also make sure to review your contact details and mailing preferences to ensure all your details are up-to-date.
If you are a UK taxpayer, then please Gift Aid your subscription by downloading this declaration form and sending it to us. You will be enabling the EI as a registered charity to make the most of your payment by claiming an additional tax back from HMRC. To find out more please read the FAQs.
Upgrade your membership
You are welcome to apply for a higher grade of membership or add an additional professional registration at any time throughout the year.
Applications from existing members and new members are treated the same, except for the special instances listed on each grade’s web page. To upgrade, visit the web page of the grade you wish to transfer to and follow the application instructions.
Update your details
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Code of Conduct
All EI members are bound by the EI Code of Conduct. If you feel that an EI member has not met the standards described in this Code, it is open to you to make a complaint. Please contact us for a copy of the complaints procedure and a complaints form.
Download the EI Code of Conduct
There is a separate Code of Conduct for the EI’s RPEC register. For further details, visit the RPEC page.