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Become a member
Join a diverse and influential network of energy experts who value opportunities to share, debate and develop their thinking on key energy and climate issues.
BIEE membership is open to anyone with a professional interest in energy.
We bring together a diverse community of energy actors from industry, government and academia that includes energy analysts, economists, researchers, strategy and policy thinkers from all backgrounds.
We offer a range of events throughout the year to host debate, share research insights, disseminate new ideas, and connect you with other energy professionals.
BIEE does not represent any sector of the industry. We aim to be impartial and to provide a forum for the examination of issues from a range of perspectives.
Why become a member?
- Contribute to thought-provoking debate: interact with policy makers, academics and industry experts, and challenge our speakers in an impartial forum.
- Stay informed: attend free events throughout the year, and access latest online resources – videos, presentations, papers, on-demand webinars.
- Connect with a unique network: expand your network at events, through the members directory and online discussions.
- Share your knowledge: share your work with other members by contributing to the ‘guest blog’ section of the website.
BIEE meetings are thought-provoking, often challenging the prevailing wisdom, and the questions expert… it can change the way you look at a market
Meetings with some of some of the most influential and authoritative figures in the energy world, followed by discussion – to hear top people first hand is attractive
Information is never in short supply, but if I come away from a BIEE event with just one or two big ideas on how the future energy economy might be radically different, my membership fee has been justified.
BIEE plays a particularly useful role in helping the conversation between academics and industry to take place
In my view, it is the only organisation in Britain which brings together such a wide range of energy actors – whether from business, government, academia, with such a diversity of ages. Thus, BIEE allows young people to be able to meet well-known energy people, who usually only attend expensive commercial meetings. The mixing of such a diverse set of people and the attendant distribution of knowledge is a wonderful defining characteristic of the BIEE.
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