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This Collection shows why energy management is important for all organisations, and gives an overview and explanation of the process involved. It describes the main steps for introducing and maintaining an energy management system (EnMS). It also investigates opportunities in the energy management profession and how to develop a career.

This guide is designed for individuals who need a high level introduction to managing energy, the informed layperson, and anyone who is in the early stages of an energy management career. Written and peer reviewed by over 60 subject specialists.

  • Welcome to the latest update from the Energy Institute (EI) Knowledge Service, your hub for energy information. Get up to speed on topical issues with Energy Insights Over the past few months we have added several new topics to our Energy Insights which provide a current outlook on what is...

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  • Fancy trying something new? Volunteering with the EI can be a fantastic way of expanding your skills and network, raising your profile and making a real difference in the energy sector – and a number of EI’s committees and panels are recruiting this spring. The Professional Affairs Committee (PAC) i...

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  • From 2002 to the end of 2017, total energy consumption in the UK fell by 10 percent  – and this despite the population rising by 19% from 55 million to over 66 million in the same period. This was achieved, in part, by increased energy efficiency. Final Energy Consumption by Sector in the UK, D...

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  • Spain has at times led the way in developing renewable energy in Europe but, as in the UK, there have also been quiet periods as government support has dwindled. Here, Robert Stokes reports from Málaga on the prospects for PV and wider energy policies in the upcoming month’s general election.

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  • After enjoying a decade of policy support, community energy developers in the UK are having to re-imagine business models and revenue streams for themselves. Jennifer Johnson looks at what it will take to keep the sector on course.

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  • Each company has its own area of expertise when it comes to acquisition and growth. Here are some inside views from leading international players in the fuel retail sector, with a brief European overview by Wood Mackenzie analysts, reports David Davidson.

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  • Distributed electricity generation could be the key to remedying global inequalities in energy access, as well as providing resilience in the face of extreme weather events, write Bernard Bulkin, Stephanie Gallo Mendoza and Iain Staffell.

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  • How powerful is the move towards smaller-scale, locally-based energy generation projects around the world, and what are the industry implications? Marie Claire Brisbois has been studying exactly these questions.

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  • Petroleum Review first published the Energy Institute’s annual Retail Marketing Survey (RMS) supplement in April 1971, and has been providing UK fuel retailing statistics and complementary editorial features ever since. To read more about this changing landscape, please download the article below.Th...

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  • Digital transformation is key to the future of retail fuel operations, according to Accenture’s Neale Johnson, Managing Director and Fuels Retail Lead, and Brian Gray, Managing Director and Fuels Retail Lead for North America.

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