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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.

Individual membership

Student

Student membership gives you a direct connection with the energy sector right from the start of your studies

Who is it for?

Anyone who is a student, or on an apprenticeship, can join us as a student member. You don’t necessarily need to be on an energy related course, but most of our student members are thinking about energy as the context in which they want to develop their careers.

What does it cost?

Student membership is free if you are studying at an EI Learning Affiliate institution. If not, there is a one-off fee of £25 for the duration of your studies. View our list of EI Learning Affiliate universities and colleges

How to apply

It takes just a few moments to apply on line.

Apply for Student membership

What are the benefits of joining?

As a student member, you gain access to our monthly magazines, Energy World and Petroleum Review, opportunities to enter our student awards, access to our extensive online knowledge resources, discounted events and publications, and a chance to connect with the professionals you will be working with in the future.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Associate Member (AMEI)

Associate Membership plugs you directly into the EI  - and it’s the first step towards gaining the qualifications that employers look for

Who is it for?

Professionals who are developing their experience in any part of the energy sector, and want to progress, As an Associate Member, you are entitled to use the post nominals AMEI, showing your expertise and commitment to continuing to develop your career in the sector.

What does it cost?

£30 if you are a student member and upgrade, £60 if its less than five years since you graduated and £110 if its over 5 years. For more information see fees

How to apply

It takes just a few moments to apply on line. If you are already a Student member and want to upgrade, email us at membership@energyinst.org.

Apply for Associate membership

What are the benefits of joining?

Benefits include

  • Professional recognition advice and support when you are ready to progress
  • Professional development –discounts on training and events, and advice on good practice and maintaining and developing your knowledge and expertise. Our online service, MyCareerPath helps you collect evidence towards your professional qualification and our regular Energy Futures newsletters give you tips on working life and how to progress
  • The latest energy news and views – news bulletins and updates from the EI, and your choice of our magazines, Energy World or Petroleum Review, delivered straight to your door
  • Networking and connection – a  wealth of opportunities each year to get involved, connect with other professionals and grow your network , through our Young Professionals Network, branches, networks, events, conferences, seminars and Linked-In groups
  • Knowledge resources – full access to our information services covering every aspect of the energy sector, including the Energy Matrix, our library and e-library services

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Affiliate membership

Affiliate membership gives you access to all that goes on at the Energy Institute and the world of energy, and it’s just a few clicks to apply.

Who is it for?

Anyone with an interest in energy who wants to stay up to date and get the benefits of EI membership.

What does it cost?

£110 annual fee

How to apply

It takes just a few moments to apply on line.

Apply for Affiliate membership

What are the benefits of joining?

As part of your Affiliate membership, you will receive one of our monthly magazines, Energy World or Petroleum Review, delivered direct to your door, as well as free access to our extensive online knowledge resources, discounted eventstraining courses and publications. You can also take advantage of opportunities to connect with the wider profession in your areas via your local branch, plus a host of other benefits.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Technician Member (TMEI)

Technician Members of the Energy Institute (TMEI) are the professionals who make sure things work at ground level.

Who is it for?

Experienced technicians working in any part of energy, and using their know-how of established techniques and processes to solve practical technical problems. You will be confident in selecting appropriate techniques, procedures and methods to undertake energy related tasks, and be comfortable working without supervision and supervising, guiding or allocating work to other staff.

What does it cost?

There is an application fee of £75, and, once you become an TMEI, an annual membership subscription fee (pro rata in the year you join; we’ll also take into account any membership fees you have already paid in your first subscription year). For more information see fees

How to apply

Download the application pack and get started – there is full advice and guidance included. If you aren’t ready to apply yet, there are also some tips on things you can do now to get yourself in the right position for when you are ready to progress.

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so you will need to first join us as Associate Member before you apply to become an TMEI - it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey.

Apply for TMEI

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 24 September.

What are the benefits?

As a TMEI you will get the full range of EI benefits including

  • Professional recognition of your knowledge, skill and expertise in energy, including the right to use the post nominal TMEI
  • The latest energy news and views – news bulletins and updates from the EI, and your choice of our magazines, Energy World or Petroleum Review, delivered straight to your door
  • Professional development – news and discounts on training and events, and advice on good practice and maintaining and developing your knowledge and expertise
  • Networking and connection – a wealth of opportunities each year to connect with other professionals and grow your network each year, through our branches, young professionals networks, events, conferences, seminars and Linked-In groups
  • Knowledge resources – full access to our information services covering every aspect of the energy sector, including the Energy Matrix, our library and e-library services
  • Shape the profession – numerous opportunities to volunteer, support others and shape the industries effectors to deliver safe, secure and sustainable energy systems for the benefit of society

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on 0207 467 7100.

Member (MEI)

Becoming a Member of the Energy Institute recognises your knowledge skill and expertise in energy, and your achievements in a responsible role, with the post nominals to match.

Who is it for?

Experienced professionals working in any area of energy. You will be in a responsible role which requires the use of professional judgment and expertise– for example, you might be overseeing projects, staff or processes. Whatever your specialism, you will be applying complex principles in your work and be developing and innovating in your role.

What does it cost?

There is an application fee of £75, and, once you become an MEI, an annual membership subscription fee (pro rata in the year you join; we’ll also take into account any membership fees you have already paid in your first subscription year). For more information see fees

How to apply

Download the application pack and get started – there is full advice and guidance included. If you aren’t ready to apply yet, there are also some tips on things you can do now to get yourself in the right position for when you are ready to progress.

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so you will need to first join us as Associate Member before you apply to become an MEI - it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey.

There are six application deadlines through the year.

Apply for MEI

The next application deadline is 05 November.

What are the benefits?

As an MEI you will get the full range of EI benefits including

  • Professional recognition of your knowledge, skill and expertise in energy, including the right to use the post nominal MEI
  • The latest energy news and views – news bulletins and updates from the EI, and your choice of our magazines, Energy World or Petroleum Review, delivered straight to your door.
  • Professional development – news and discounts on training and events, and advice on good practice and maintaining and developing your knowledge and expertise
  • Networking and connection – a wealth of opportunities each year to connect with other professionals and grow your network each year, through our branches, young professionals networks, events, conferences, seminars and Linked-In groups
  • Knowledge resources – full access to our information services covering every aspect of the energy sector, including the Energy Matrix, our library and e-library services
  • Shape the profession – numerous opportunities to volunteer, support others and shape the industries effectors to deliver safe, secure and sustainable energy systems for the benefit of society.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Fellow of the Energy Institute (FEI)

FEI is the EI’s highest level of membership, recognising professional who make a difference in energy. As a Fellow, you are entitled to use the post nominals FEI after your name in recognition of your achievements and standing in the sector

Who is it for?

Energy’s leaders and influencers – the professionals whose experience and depth of knowledge and expertise means that they play a key role in driving the profession forward.

Fellows can be working in any area of energy. They will have management responsibilities at a strategic level as well as an advanced level of knowledge about -  and experience in  - the energy industry, so they will be excellent leaders and managers and have advanced interpersonal skills.

What does it cost?

There is an application fee of £75, and, once you become an FEI, an annual membership subscription fee (pro rata in the year you join; we’ll also take into account any membership fees you have already paid in your first subscription year). For more information see fees

How to apply

Download the application pack and get started – there is full advice and guidance included. We are looking for people who want to engage and get involved in the EI, so If you aren’t already a member you will need to first join us as Associate Member or Affiliate before - it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away.

Apply for FEI

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 05 November.

What are the benefits?

As an FEI you will get access to all the benefits of EI membership, plus additional thought-leadership opportunities

  • Professional recognition - Fellowship is our highest level of professional membership, recognising your leadership and influence in the energy, and the contribution you are making to pushing the sector forward
  • Shape the profession – as a Fellow you will have opportunities to volunteer, support others, contribute your views in your area of expertise - and shape the industries effectors to deliver safe, secure and sustainable energy systems for the benefit of society
  • The latest energy news and views – news bulletins and updates from the EI, and your choice of our magazines, Energy World or Petroleum Review, delivered straight to your door
  • Professional development – news and discounts on training and events, and advice on good practice and maintaining and developing your knowledge and expertise
  • Networking and connection – a wealth of opportunities each year to connect with other professionals and grow your network each year, through our branches, young professionals networks, events, conferences, seminars and Linked-In groups
  • Knowledge resources – full access to our information services covering every aspect of the energy sector, including the Energy Matrix, our library and e-library services

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Membership Fees

Associate Membership is for those who have completed their education and are intending to work towards becoming professionally qualified in energy. As an Associate Member, you are entitled to use the designatory letters AMEI, showing your expertise and commitment to continuing to develop your career in the sector.

Fellow

£166 annual fee

Member

£138 annual fee

Technician member

£77 annual fee

Associate (5+ years)

£110 annual fee

Associate (under 5 years)

£60 annual fee

Affiliate Member

£110 annual fee

Students:
Studying at an EI learning Affiliate
Not studying at an EI learning Affiliate


Free for the duration of your course
£25 one off fee while you are on your course

Professional registration

Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Chartered Engineers work in responsible roles which require new ideas and innovation. As a Chartered Engineer in energy you will often be developing solutions to engineering problems using new or existing technologies, through innovation, creativity and change. You may have technical accountability for complex systems with significant levels of risk and you will often be involved in technical or commercial leadership, requiring effective interpersonal skills.

If you make a successful application for Chartered Engineer registration through the EI you’ll also receive an additional title: Chartered Energy Engineer or Chartered Petroleum Engineer, depending on your area of specialism. These titles are not available through any other professional body and recognise your specific expertise in as a practitioner in energy engineering.

Why apply?

Professional registration as a CEng through the EI recognises your proven commitment, skills and experience as an engineer working in energy – it also shows employers that you have the competence, expertise and work ethic that they value.

As a CEng you will gain a professional title that carries considerable prestige, enhances your employability, demonstrates your professionalism and is widely recognised internationally.

Fees

There is an application fee of £75, plus an initial registration fee from the Engineering Council if you are awarded CEng. Once you are registered, you will also need to pay an Engineering Council annual registration fee which we will collect from you on their behalf. See our fees page for more information.

How to apply

If you are ready to apply, or would like to begin working towards CEng, simply download an application pack and get started - the pack includes full information about the CEng title and how to put together your application.

If you are already a professional member of the EI, you can apply for CEng on its own. If you aren’t, you’ll also need to apply to become either a Member or Fellow of the EI, but you can do this at the same time as you apply for CEng - just download the relevant pack below

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 05 November.

Licenced by:

Need more help?

Email our Membership Team at membership@energyinst.org

Who is it for?

Engineers who have a demonstrable track record of applying skills and knowledge at an advanced level in a responsible role in energy. You will need to show that you have appropriate high level technical knowledge in engineering, the know-how to apply it, and understand your responsibilities as a professional. Chartered Engineers often have a qualification at master’s level and above in engineering, but that is just one route to registration - you can also apply if you have other relevant qualifications and/or experience. There is more information in the application pack.

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so we ask you to join the EI as an Associate member before you make an application for CEng through us – it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey towards your professional qualification.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Incorporated Engineer (IEng)

Incorporated Engineers are typically involved in managing and maintaining applications, working with current and developing technologies. As an IEng in energy, you could be involved in a range of types of work - engineering design, development, manufacture, construction or operation. Whatever your role, you’ll have both general and specialised engineering knowledge, be able to apply existing and new technologies in energy and have the know-how to apply the appropriate theoretical and practical methods in the workplace.

Fees

There is an application fee of £75, plus an initial registration fee from the Engineering Council if you are awarded IEng. Once you are registered, you will also need to pay an Engineering Council annual registration fee which we’ll collect from you on their behalf. See our fees page for more information.

How to apply

Download the relevant application pack to get started – instructions are included within the pack.

Please note that if you are already a professional member, you can apply for IEng on its own. If you aren’t, you’ll also need to apply to become either a Member (MEI) or Fellow (FEI) of the EI, but you can do this at the same time as you apply for IEng - just select the relevant option from the below:

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 05 November.

Need more help?

Email our Membership Team at membership@energyinst.org

Licenced by:

Who is it for?

If you have a track record of successfully applying your skills and knowledge in maintaining and managing applications in energy, Incorporated Engineer could be the right title for you. You will need to show that you have appropriate foundation technical knowledge in engineering, the know-how to apply it, and understand your responsibilities as a professional. IEngs often have a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, but that’s just one route to registration - you can also apply if you have other relevant qualifications/experience. There is more information in our application pack

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so we ask you to join the EI as an Associate Member before you make an application for IEng through us – it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Engineering Technician (EngTech)

Engineering Technicians qualified through the EI apply proven techniques and procedures to the solution of practical energy engineering problems. They may contribute to the design, development, manufacture, commissioning, decommissioning, operation or maintenance of products, equipment, processes or services and will have supervisory or technical responsibility. They have the experience and know-how to work effectively and creatively within defined fields of energy technology.

Why apply?

Professional registration as an EngTech through the EI recognises your hard work and expertise as a technician working in energy – it also shows employers that you have the competence, expertise and work ethic that they value.

As an EngTech you’ll gain a professional title that shows your commitment to your career in energy, enhances your employability, and demonstrates your professionalism.

Fees

There is an application fee of £75, plus an initial registration fee from the Engineering Council if you are awarded EngTech. Once you are registered you will also need to pay an Engineering Council annual registration fee which we will collect from you on their behalf. See our fees page for more information.

How to apply?

If you are ready to apply, or would like to begin working towards EngTech, simply download an application pack and get started - the pack includes full information about the EngTech title and how to put together your application.

If you are already a professional member of the EI, you can apply for EngTech on its own. If you aren’t, you’ll also need to apply to become either a technician Member or Member of the EI, but you can do this at the same time as you apply for CEng - just download the relevant pack below.

Licenced by:

Need more help?

Email our Membership Team at membership@energyinst.org

Who is it for?

If your work is about making things work by solving practical engineering problems, EngTech could be for you. There are over half a million people in the UK who could already be eligible for EngTech and get their first professional qualification in engineering. You will need foundation technical knowledge and the know how to apply it, but you don’t necessarily have to have formal qualifications e.g. if you have substantial work experience. There is more information in our application pack.

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so we ask you to join the EI as an Associate Member before you apply for EngTech – it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey towards your professional qualification.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Interim Registration

Planning to work towards CEng, I Eng or EngTech in energy? Get your first professional engineering qualifications now!

If you are thinking of applying to become a Chartered or Incorporated Engineer or Engineering Technician at some point in the future, getting your educational qualifications recognised now is a first step on the journey.

Interim Registration recognises that you already have the foundation knowledge, understanding  and skills to meet the educational requirements set by the Engineering Council for those working in engineering.  You can apply for Interim Registration for EngTech, IEng or CEng to demonstrate that you are part way to full professional registration. If you are already professionally registered you can use it as a stepping stone to help you move from one type of engineering registration to another.

Interim registration helps you to demonstrate to employers that you are committed to building your professional career. And if you don’t have qualifications which are automatically recognised by the Engineering Council,  it means that we can look at your other qualifications and experience to confirm that you meet the same standards, or provide you with advice on what to do fill in any gaps.

Apply for Interim Reg

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Chartered Energy Manager

Chartered Energy Managers are experienced professionals who manage energy in an organisation and make sure that it is used efficiently. They provide advice on developing and implementing energy efficient policies. They are not only energy experts, with wide ranging knowledge of complex issues; they are proficient communicators and change managers, helping others understand the potential of energy efficient practice, and influencing organisation policy.

Chartered Energy Manager is a title unique to the EI – it is not available from any other institution. Chartered Energy Managers also apply to become approved as an ESOS Lead Assessor.

Why apply?

While there are lots of energy management certifications at various levels, the EI’s Chartered Energy Manager is the only title which certifies your professionalism, high level knowledge and expertise and proven track record through the award of chartered status.

As a Chartered Energy Manager, you will gain a professional title that sets you apart in the sector, enhances your employability and demonstrates your professionalism and commitment to the responsible and efficient management of energy.

Fees

There is an application fee of £75, plus an initial registration fee from the Science Council if you are awarded Chartered Energy Manager. Once you are registered, you will also need to pay an annual registration fee. See our fees page for more information.

How to apply

If you are ready to apply or would like to begin working towards Chartered Energy Manager, simply download an application pack and get started - the pack includes full information about the Chartered Energy Manager title and how to put together your application.

If you are already a professional member of the EI, you can apply for Chartered Energy Manager on its own. If you aren’t, you’ll also need to apply to become either a Member or Fellow of the EI, but you can do this at the same time - just download the relevant pack below. All packs include the option to apply to also become an ESOS Lead Assessor.

Apply for Chartered Energy Manager

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 05 November.

Need more help?

Email our Membership Team at membership@energyinst.org

Who is it for?

For professionals who have a proven track record in energy management, including measuring and monitoring usage, developing energy efficiency strategies, implementing improvements and influencing change. As a Chartered Energy Manager there is also the option to apply to become an ESOS Lead Assessor. There is more information in our application pack.

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so we ask you to join the EI as an Associate Member before you apply for Chartered Energy Manager– it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey towards your professional qualification.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)

Chartered Environmentalists are professionals concerned with the environmental impacts and implications of plans, strategies and actions. They work to mitigate and solve environmental challenges in energy, and to promote sustainability, and can be involved a range of sectors, leading teams and departments, advising government or working as hands on practitioners. They use their specialist knowledge and broader environmental understanding to apply sustainable thinking throughout their daily working life

Why apply?

Professional registration as a Chartered Environmentalist recognises your proven commitment, skills and experience in mitigating and solving environmental challenges in energy. If shows employers that you have the competence, expertise and work ethic that they value, enhancing your employability and demonstrating your professionalism.

Fees

There is an application fee of £75, plus an initial registration fee from the Society for the Environment if you are awarded CEnv. Once you are registered, you will also need to pay a Society for the Environment annual registration fee, which we will collect from you on their behalf. See our fees page for more information.

How to apply?

If you are ready to apply, or would like to begin working towards Chartered Environmentalist, simply download an application pack and get started - the pack includes full information about the Chartered Environmentalist title and how to put together your application.

If you are already a professional member of the EI, you can apply for Chartered Environmentalist on its own. If you aren’t, you’ll also need to apply to become either a Member or Fellow of the EI, but you can do this at the same time - just download the relevant pack below.

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 05 November.

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Need more help?

Email our Membership Team at membership@energyinst.org

Who is it for?

For professionals who have a proven track record in analysing and evaluating problems from an environmental perspective in energy and developing practical, more sustainable solutions Though you don’t have to have a Masters’ level qualification, you will need to demonstrate master’s level thinking - that you have a high level of knowledge and expertise and the know how to apply it. There is more information in the application pack

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so we ask you to join the EI as an Associate Member before you apply for Chartered Environmentalist – it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey towards your professional qualification.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Chartered Scientist (CSci)

Chartered Scientists are professional with specialist knowledge and scientific understanding. As a Chartered Scientist working in energy you may be developing solutions to scientific problems, using new or existing technologies, or be involved in improving the application of science and technology.

Why apply?

Professional registration as an CSci through the EI recognises your commitment, skills and experience as a scientist working in energy, and demonstrates to employers that you have the competence, expertise and work ethic that they value.

Fees

There is an application fee of £75, plus an initial registration fee from the Science Council if you are awarded CSci. Once you are registered, you will also need to pay a Science Council annual registration fee, which we will collect from you on their behalf. See our fees page for more information.

How to apply?

If you are ready to apply now, simply download an application pack and get started – the pack includes full information about the CSci title and how to put together your application.

If you are already a professional member, you can apply for CSci on its own. If you aren’t, you’ll also need to apply to become either a Member or Fellow of the EI, but you can do this at the same time as you apply for CSci - just download the relevant pack.

There are six application deadlines through the year. The next application deadline is 24 September.

Need more help?

Email our Membership Team at membership@energyinst.org

Who is it for?

If you have track record of using high level scientific knowledge combined with innovation and creativity in your wok in energy, Chartered Scientist could be the right title for you. You will need to show that you have appropriate foundation scientific knowledge, the know-how to apply it, and understand your responsibilities as a professional. CScis often have a Masters degree in a relevant scientific discipline, but you can also apply if you have other relevant qualifications/experience at an equivalent level. There is more information in our application pack

We are looking for committed energy professionals, and so we ask you to join the EI as an Associate Member before you make an application for CSci through us – it means that you’ll get the benefits of membership right away and that we can support you on your journey.

Any questions?

Email our membership team or call us on 0207 467 7100.

Membership webinars

Our free webinars are designed to help you learn more about the professional membership and registration options offered by the Energy Institute, as well as the application process involved.

Who are they for?

All EI members who are interested in gaining professional qualifications in energy, whether you are already part way through completing an application, just about to get started, or see it as a long-term goal. The webinars will normally cover:

  • The key benefits of membership
  • The different grades of membership
  • The specific requirements for our professional titles
  • The assessment process
  • Useful tips and tactics on how to approach your application

When is the next one?

The next webinar will be held on Monday 22 October. Online booking is required.

Previous webinars

The presentation slides from the last webinar can be downloaded here and a recording of the webinar can be streamed here or downloaded here. You will need to download the WebEx software or a temporary application in order to listen.

Need more help?

Email Terry Winter, Membership Manager at twinter@energyinst.org or call the Membership team on +44(0)20 7467 7100.

Fees

Membership fees

The annual membership subscription for 2018 are given below. If you also hold a professional registration through the EI additional fees are payable to the Engineering Council, Science Council and the Society for the Environment. See registration fees.

Fellow

£166 annual fee

Member

£138 annual fee

Technician member

£77 annual fee

Associate (5+ years)

£110 annual fee

Associate (under 5 years)

£60 annual fee

Affiliate Member

£110 annual fee

Students:
Studying at an EI learning Affiliate
Not studying at an EI learning Affiliate


Free for the duration of your course
£25 one off fee

Registration fees

These are payable annually if you hold a professional registration through the EI. Fees are collected by the EI but (with the exception of Chartered Energy Manager) set by licensing bodies. We pass them on to the Engineering Council Science Council and the Society for the Environment on your behalf.

Chartered Engineer (CEng)

£39 annual fee

Incorporated Engineer (IEng)

£33 annual fee

Engineering Technician (EngTech)

£19 annual fee

Interim registration (for CEng, IEng or EngTech)

£14 annual fee

Chartered Scientist (CSci)

£45 annual fee

Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv)

£42 annual fee

Chartered Energy Manager

£32 annual fee

Application Fees:

There is no application fee to join us on one of our pre professional grades (Student, Associate Member and Affiliate) . Application fees for professional membership and professional registration are charged on a per title basis.

Fellow (FEI)

£95

Member (MEI)

£75

Technician (TMEI)

£30

Professional registrations and titles including CEng, IEng, CEnv, Chartered Energy Manager, ESOS Lead Assessor

£75

Interim registration for CEng, IEng or EngTech

£45

You will need to first join us to be eligible to apply for a professional membership or professional registration

There are also initial registration fees if you are applying for professional registration; we will ask you to pay  for this once we have let you know the results of your application. With the exception of Chartered Energy Manager, these fees are set by the relevant licensing body, but collected and passed on by the EI on your behalf.

Chartered Engineer

£51 one off fee

Incorporated Engineer

£43 one off fee

Engineering Technician

£18 one off fee

Interim registration

£11 one off fee

Chartered Environmentalist

£84 one off fee

Chartered Scientist

£45 one off fee

Chartered Energy Manager

£32 one off fee

Concessionary membership fees

We offer half rate concessions on annual membership subscriptions for those who are in receipt of an income of less than £15,000 per year before tax, and local rates for pre professional members in Malaysia, Singapore and Nigeria. To request a concession for a particular subscription year, you will need to send us a formal declaration confirming that you meet the eligibility criteria before 1 January.

We also offer concessionary rates for those who are fully retired from energy. There is no need to reconfirm this every year - a one off declaration in the year you retire is sufficient.

If you would like to apply for a concession, please download and complete the application form and send it to membership@energyinst.org. Please note that concessionary rates cannot be applied retrospectively.

Apply for a concession

VAT and Tax

There is no VAT on individual membership fees. If you are a UK tax payer, your membership subscription is tax deductable if you pay for your membership yourself. You can include your membership subscription in your tax return - or write to your tax office with details of your subscription so that they can make any necessarily arrangements. For up to date information on membership fees and taxation and to check your eligibility for tax deductions visit www.gov.uk/tax-relief-for-employees/professional-fees-and-subscriptions.

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.

Direct Debit

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.

Gift Aid

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

To update your details in our records, including your contact information, areas of interest, and mailing preferences, please log in below:

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