Guest Blog: Steve Holliday – Net zero means getting consumer engagement right

The Energy Institute’s incoming President Steve Holliday FREng FEI discusses the Energy Barometer 2019 and why consumer engagement has to be the next front in the war on climate change

Brexit is top concern of energy professionals – but not for the reasons you may think

The Energy Institute’s Energy Barometer 2019 suggests the continued political focus on Brexit is stopping important energy issues from being properly discussed and dealt with

UK energy professionals’ concerns: Brexit uncertainty and key high capital projects

They see energy efficiency as low cost with the lowest investment risk to adding value and boosting productivity

Guest Blog: Steve Holliday – An energy Brexit cannot mean going it alone

No one in the energy world will be surprised the Energy Institute’s new 2017 Energy Barometer ranks Brexit among the most pressing concerns of professionals working in our industry – but what’s of great value is the clear message that it sends to the new government as it navigates Brexit. The results point to four […]

Energy professionals want ‘predictable, no-surprises policy environment’

  Energy professionals want a predictable policy environment with “no surprises” from government. The latest annual survey dubbed ‘Energy Barometer’ from the Energy Institute found its members are most concerned about access to skills and the UK’s relationship with the EU Single Market following Brexit. A majority of them (66%) believe the engineering sector will […]