BIEE is an independent institute and membership organisation for business, finance, government and academic professionals from all parts of the energy industry.
Our expertise is in energy economics and policy, with a focus on the UK energy system, world energy markets, climate policy and the future energy landscape.
The UK is at the leading edge of many energy-related issues. It is home to some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies and financial institutions involved in providing and financing energy. UK government policy in energy and climate change has many innovative aspects, (e.g., the Committee on Climate Change) and the UK academic research on energy issues has a high international profile.
We do not represent any sector of the industry. Our discussions and governing Council encompass a diversity of views on the way in which contemporary energy challenges should be tackled. The BIEE as a whole aims to be impartial and to provide a forum for the examination of issues from a range of perspectives.
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BIEE members are drawn from wide variety of backgrounds, companies and organisations with an interest in energy issues, including universities, government, international agencies, consultancies, regulatory bodies, industry and the financial sector.
The BIEE has a history spanning more than 30 years . It was established as a company limited by guarantee in 1984, becoming a registered charity in 1985, and is governed by its Council of voluntary officers elected by the members.
The BIEE is registered as a charity in England and Wales. Legal and financial