UPDATED 1 Sept: The EI library in London is temporarily closed to the public, as a precautionary measure in light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The Knowledge Service will still be answering email queries via email , or via live chats during working hours (09:15-17:00 GMT). Our e-library is always open for members here: eLibrary , for full-text access to over 200 e-books and millions of articles. Thank you for your patience.
EI Knowledge is the centre for energy knowledge at the EI. We provide accurate and balanced energy information to support your work or studies. We also carry out our own research and engage EI members to create new sources of information and inform energy policy.
Knowledge development programme
We are continuously updating to our resources, and aim to cover topics across the energy system. This curation and creation of new resources is overseen by the Energy Advisory Panel (EAP). The EAP is made up of senior EI members and stakeholders whose collective expertise covers the breadth of the energy system. Reporting to the EI’s governing council, the EAP also manages topic-specific sub committees. If you’re interested in joining EAP, please contact us.
Engaging with EI members
EIKS enables EI members to apply their expertise to improve the energy system through a programme of engagement. We work with policy makers, industry partners, and the research community to share the views and knowledge of our members. Opportunities for EI members to engage with the EIKS include:
You can also engage with the EI more widely (please log in for full access):
This website is a catalogue of all the information we hold. Most resources are available online, though some items catalogued here are physical resources located in the EI library in London. Many of these can be loaned via post, or excerpts can be scanned upon request. Search for specific terms through the bar at the top of every page, or browse by topic through the Collections.
EI Knowledge is here to guide you to resources, answer queries, and listen to your input. You can contact us by email or chat (an orange bar will display on the bottom right corner of all website pages when the team is available).
Caroline joined the EI in 2023. Before the EI Caroline worked in knowledge and information management roles at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Grant Thornton, BDO and BSI.
Before joining the Institute in 1989, Catherine, a Chartered librarian, worked 9 years for Marathon Oil on the Brae A and Brae B projects. Now Catherine answers queries from EI members and the public, and creates and updates, information on the EI Knowledge website. She is a keen allotment keeper and amateur artist.
Ian Jones – Head of Knowledge, Insights, and Research
Prior to joining the EI in 2023, Ian co-founded AMPLYFI, a start-up developing artificial intelligence geared towards unlocking the internet to enhance business intelligence and market research. He has over eighteen years’ experience in the energy sector having previously worked for bp and Entergy where he specialised in analysing global electricity, carbon, and renewable markets.
Kinga studied political science and international relations, focusing on the role of energy in geopolitics. She joined the Energy Institute in 2016, after several years of working in financial services and academia. Kinga loves reading spy-thrillers and watching international movies.
Leonardo Barbara – Energy Analyst
Leonardo graduated in 2022 with a dual bachelor’s degree in political economy from Duke University in the US and Duke Kunshan University in China. He is interested in discovering how business and technology can drive sustainable progress and enable the energy transition. Outside of work he is an amateur musician and an enthusiastic football fan.
Nick Turton has spent twenty years in Westminster, Whitehall and more recently in consultancy advising government ministers and corporate leaders across the energy sector. He has dealt with issues as complex and contentious as global climate talks, new nuclear power and spiralling energy bills. He is now the Energy Institute’s External Affairs Director and is working to reinforce the role of evidence and expertise at the heart of the energy debate.