Your benefits as an Energy Institute member
Bolster your credentials
Demonstrate your commitment, competence and expertise by working towards professional qualifications that employers look out for, including Chartered status.
Be in the know
Contribute to your industry
Expand your experience and share your knowledge by taking part in research initiatives, joining specialist committees, speaking at conferences, and becoming a mentor.
Gain a wider perspective
Join over 20,000 members from across the entire energy sector and learn about how all energy is developing. You'll discover new ideas and future opportunities.
Shining a Spotlight on Energy People
Our members include everyone from engineers to environmentalists, technicians to analysts, and academics to innovators — all working towards a just energy transition.
Hear what inspired them and how membership is adding value throughout their energy career.
My interest in energy started when I visited an industrial facility with my father; the canteen was run on renewable energy, a mix of solar and biogas, something unheard of in 1980s India.
Sudeep Roy CEng MEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Operations Advisor, Qatargas Operating Company Limited — Doha, Qatar
I grew up in Nigeria where littering and waste disposal were uncontrolled. As a 14-year-old secondary school student, I took part in an essay competition which sparked my interest in energy and the environment.
Chinyere Bibian Odogwu AMEI, Energy Transition Xccelerator, X-Academy Limited — Aberdeen, Scotland
The opportunity to work directly with wind turbines and contribute to clean energy generation is the most enjoyable aspect of my job, as well as the awesome view.
Gino Antoine Leon AMEI, Wind Turbine Graduate Engineer, Public Utilities Corporation — Mahé, Seychelles
Being a Chartered Energy Manager has given me credibility amongst my peer group and was great recognition, showing I had gained the practical and academic experience required in my professional development.
Jaz Rabadia MBE FEI Chartered Energy Manager, Global Head of Responsible Business & Sustainability, Just Eat Takeaway.com — London, England
Nothing is better than to connect, learn and network directly with the industry as an EI Student Member, where the leading players are.
Mario Joao Gomes — Student Member, Oil and Gas MBA, Aberdeen Business School — Aberdeen, Scotland
As important as learning has been, so has networking. Through the London Young Professionals Network I’ve met so many like-minded people that I have connected with on a professional and social level.
Sandy Kelly AMEI, Commercial Graduate Trainee, EDF (UK) — London, England
I have always been interested in how things worked in the world around us. Also, the fact that both of my parents are electrical engineers meant that I grew up with admiration for what they do and how much they know.
Shahda Al Taie AMEI, ESG Manager for the energy sector, KPMG — Dubai, UAE
The thing that interests me the most about energy is that it is relevant to every field of human endeavour. I want to develop more powerful models for understanding the behaviour and performance of geological systems...
Zainab Titus — Student Member, Research Student, Imperial College London — London, England
Membership offers significant useful resources to access, including the monthly Energy World magazine, which is a great way to keep up to date on developments within the wider global energy industry.
Brian Troddyn MEI, Sustainability Manager, The Salvation Army — Perthshire, Scotland
As the Technical Manager of Jaza Energy Nigeria, my responsibility is to ensure that clean energy is available for homes and communities. I enjoy every bit of the job, because this has always been my passion - energy access and sustainability.
Justin Emeka Okafor AMEI, Technical Manager, Jaza Energy Nigeria — Ogbomosho City, Nigeria
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