Baringa Partners is a diverse and exciting management consultancy with an award-winning culture.
Our in-depth knowledge and industry experience allow us to empower every business we work with to discover and fulfil its potential. We are home to innovative thought, design and delivery.
bp’s economics team produces two reports annually. One – the Energy Outlook – is forward-looking and the other – the Statistical Review of World Energy – analyses data from the previous year. While the Energy Outlook was first published in January 2011, the Statistical Review has been informing the energy economics community since 1952.
National Grid Ventures is the competitive division of National Grid plc, one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world. It operates outside of National Grid’s core regulated businesses in the UK and US where it develops, operates and invests in energy projects, technologies and partnerships to accelerate the development of our clean energy future.
National Grid Ventures’ diverse portfolio of flexible, low carbon and renewable energy businesses across the UK, Europe and US includes sub-sea electricity interconnectors, liquefied natural gas, battery storage, wind and solar power.
We have been developing possible visions of the future since the 1970s, helping generations of Shell leaders explore ways forward and make better decisions. Shell Scenarios ask “what if?” questions encouraging leaders to consider events that may only be remote possibilities, and stretch their thinking. Our scenarios also help governments, academia and business in understanding possibilities and uncertainties ahead.
We provide our clients with data-driven intelligence for strategy, portfolio management and investment decisions on the global energy transformation
Our deep understanding of the policy context combines with our expertise in data analysis and economic modelling to give you the clear insight you need to make decisions confidently.
The Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law & Policy (CEPMLP) has forged a reputation for leading research, and has offered over 6,000 students from over 50 countries an education in energy, petroleum and mineral law and policy since 1977.
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) is an independent, statutory body established under the Climate Change Act 2008. Our purpose is to advise the UK and devolved governments on emissions targets and to report to Parliament on progress made in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and preparing for and adapting to the impacts of climate change.
Cornwall Insight is the pre-eminent provider of research, analysis, consulting and training to businesses and stakeholders in the Great British, Irish and Australian energy markets.
Building a stronger, greener future by fighting coronavirus, tackling climate change, unleashing innovation and making the UK a great place to work and do business.
BEIS is a ministerial department, supported by 42 agencies and public bodies.
Gemserv is a purpose-driven professional services company, dedicated to enabling sustainable and ethical business practices that tackle today’s social and environmental challenges. We are at the heart of the transition to net zero, working with Government and industry to develop market-based solutions through evidence-based project delivery. Our experts are highly focused on providing a route to market for innovation and advise on commercially viable solutions that deliver business sustainability as we move away from fossil fuels.
Offshore Energies UK (OEUK)
Working together, producing cleaner energies.
We represent an integrating offshore energy industry which safely provides cleaner fuel, power and products to everyone in the UK. Working together with our members, we are a driving force supporting the UK to meet its net zero ambitions. Our innovative companies, people and communities add value to the UK economy.
UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources (UCL ISR) is one of four Institutes in the Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER). UCL ISR is a world-leading, multi-disciplinary group of physical and social scientists, engineers and economists focused on climate, energy, development, resource and environmental economics, policy, innovation and system analysis.
The University of Strathclyde’s internationally leading energy research portfolio covers five core research themes: 1) Energy and Environment; 2) Energy End Use; 3) Energy Industry and Society; 4) Energy Resources and Conversion; 5) Energy Systems and Networks.
Strathclyde offers a unique blend of technological and socio-economic energy research excellence. This includes world-leading laboratories, unique demonstration facilities and cutting-edge analytical tools, as well as socio-economic research centres like the Centre for Energy Policy, Fraser of Allander Institute and the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance.
The Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) is one of the world’s leading centres of research on science, technology and innovation policy and management. Everything we do is driven by a desire to tackle real world challenges such as climate change and inequality. We passionately believe that innovative science policy solutions can help create more sustainable, secure and equal societies.