Promotes the science of energy and fuels in all applications for the public benefit. This is done through the following activities: Membership, scientific and other research, publications, maintenance of a library for knowledge and information, conferences, meetings, seminars, developing codes of good professional practice, education, training courses, awards and prizes.
Latest income: £7,750,000 (December 2020)
Income and spending over time:
Financial data is adjusted to 2022 prices using the consumer price inflation (CPIH) measure published by the Office for National Statistics.
Where this organisation works
ENERGY INSTITUTE works in 6 countries
In the UK, ENERGY INSTITUTE works in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
placeRegistered office: E12000007