The Energy Barometer captures insights from UK energy professionals and enables them to inform the energy debate, policymakers, the industry and the public. The 2016 and 2015 reports and data are available for download below.
The 2017 Energy Barometer report will be published on 26 June 2017.
A low-carbon future and the case for urgency [New Statesman], Prof Jim Skea CBE FEI, April 2017
Robust energy and industrial strategy [blog], Prof Jim Skea CBE FEI, 1 February 2017
Setting the agenda for 2017 [blog], Louise Kingham OBE FEI, 10 January 2017
Empowered by our members [blog], Dr Joanne Wade FEI, 12 December 2016
Energy Institute Brexit debate [event summary], 12 October 2016
Moving energy management forward [blog], Dr Joanne Wade FEI, 21 July 2016
CEO View: Louise Kingham [Utility Week], 15 July 2016
Investors deterred by energy policy uncertainty [BBC], 15 June 2016
Retrofits, equipment upgrades to make quickest efficiency gains [The Energyst], 15 June 2016
Energy professionals seek greater policy continuity [news release], 15 June 2016
The Energy Barometer initiative includes a survey of professional members and a resulting annual report. The EI College is the randomly selected group of the EI's professional and pre-professional members who provide their views about UK energy issues. Up to half of the College is refreshed each year to give all Graduates, Members and Fellows an opportunity to participate.
Watch our short video with Professor Jim Skea CBE FEI, President, Energy Institute, who provides background and explains the project's objectives.
The Energy Barometer is an ongoing project, and we welcome your feedback and suggestions for future editions.
For further information, please contact:
Deane Somerville GradEI
Head of Knowledge Service