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Welcome to the Northern Ireland branch page

Welcome to the Northern Ireland branch page.

To hear about our upcoming events, subscribe to our mailing list here.

All members, guests and colleagues are welcome to participate in branch activities. We hope to see you at a local event soon.

Committee contact

To contact the branch, please email northernireland@energyinst.org.

David Browne
Position: Assistant Honorary Secretary
Nicola Murphy
Position: Vice Chair
Clare McAllister
Position: Chair
Andrew Kirke
Position: Honorary Secretary

Events

Annual Dinner

20-03-2019
Details: The Northern Ireland branch of the Energy Institute (EI) would like to invite you to attend its 58th Annual Dinner, taking place on Wednesday 20th March 2019 at the Europa Hotel, Belfast.

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Publications and documents

Latest news

New Brexit withdrawal deal likely to commit UK to follow European environmental standards

22-11-2018
The draft Brexit agreement that has caused political controversy in the UK, but which the European Union (EU) insists is its final offer, would – if approved – see many EU environmental regulations stay in force within Britain, for the foreseeable future, writes Keith Nuthall.The complex 585-page ag...

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Record deployment for onshore wind, but not in England

27-09-2018
A record 2,611 MW of new onshore wind generating capacity came online in the UK during 2017 – a 20% increase in capacity from 2016 – but the great majority was installed outside of England, with 1,673 MW in Scotland, 356 MW in Wales and 247 MW in Northern Ireland. So says industry bodyRenewableUK, w...

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European Commission approves six electricity capacity mechanisms

23-02-2018
The European Commission (EC) has approved under EU State aid rules electricity capacity market mechanisms in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Poland, finding that the measures will contribute to ensuring security of supply whilst preserving competition in the European Single Market.Capaci...

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Providers of ‘essential services’ – including the energy sector – to tackle cybercrime

18-08-2017
On 8 August 2017 the UK government published a consultation on the implementation of the Network and Information Systems Directive (NIS Directive). The new legislation, which is due to enter force on 9 May 2018, will apply to a wide range of ‘essential services’, including operators in the energy se...

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Community energy sector grows but is ‘threatened by reduced support’

20-07-2017
Community-run energy organisations in the UK have raised £190mn worth of investment – mostly from community share issues – and are building enough generation capacity to meet electricity demand from the homes in a city the size of Cardiff, according to the Community Energy State of the Sector report...

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