Structure of EI Company Membership Grades
Member organisations may move between levels.
Company Member: An organisation that wishes to align itself to the EI and take advantage of the commercial and knowledge sharing opportunities that membership offers companies operating in the energy sector. Annual fees are dependent on the number of employees involved in the energy sector. To find out about the benefits of Company Membership and to apply, click here
Technical Company Member: An organisation that wishes to be involved in the EI’s scientific and technical programme, whose staff sit on appropriate technical committees and workgroups, and who may influence but do not set or fund the programme. As a Technical Company Member your organisation may become involved in and support the work of the EI’s main committees developing industry standards, guidance and codes of practice, by responding to their requests for specialist experience and expertise. For more details and to apply for Technical Company Membership, click here
EI Partner: An organisation that is involved in the setting and funding of the EI’s scientific and technical programme; or an organisation supporting the role of the EI in disseminating information to the broader energy sector via their commercial involvement in the EI’s programme of events and conferences. Annual spend above £10,000 + VAT. For more details and to apply to become an EI Partner, click here
Learning Affiliate: This grade of company membership has been specifically designed to reflect the needs of educational establishments. It is open to universities, colleges and schools providing courses with some energy content. Learning Affiliate members will receive Institute publications for use by students and staff, along with any support that the Institute can give in supporting their students. For more details and to apply to become Learning Affiliate, click here