Energy Institute


Energy instituteThe Energy Institute (EI) is the leading professional membership body for the global energy sector, covering the depth and breadth of energy in all its forms and applications.

 

The EI has over 40 years’ experience of working in the field of energy management and efficiency. It is the only body that offers the Chartered Energy Manager qualification and provides a Register of Professional Energy Consultants (RPEC); all of whom are rigorously assessed, have achieved chartered status and are bound by a strict Code of Conduct.

 

Under the UK Government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), all large organisations in the UK with 250 or more employees, or have an annual turnover of more than £38,973,777 and a balance sheet of £33,486,489 are mandated to carry out energy assessments conducted by approved Lead Assessors. Failure to comply will result in a potential fine of £50,000. Assessments must be submitted to the Environment Agency by 5 December 2015.

 

Both the EI’s registered consultants and Chartered Energy Managers are approved to conduct these audits. They are best placed to advise those seeking to save energy and cut costs, whether their business uses energy in its buildings, operations or transport.

Further Reading and tools

For more information on training courses and other resources, visit www.energyinst.org/energy-efficiency.

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