Associate Partners

Established in 2005 as the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, we have over a decade of trustworthy, evidence-based expertise and insights to inform and accelerate your low emission transition, from feasibility through to implementation and training. We have reduced the environmental impacts and delivered cost savings for a wide range of public and private sector clients, delivering multi-year programmes and shorter-term projects associated with low emission vehicles and energy infrastructure. By encouraging the early market adoption of low emission and fuel cell technologies, we also support organisations to better compete in global markets and showcase expertise to encourage inward investment.

PRASEG, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Renewable and Sustainable Energy, is the cross party group for UK politicians and senior industry stakeholders that exists to promote sustainable energy issues in Parliament and the wider political community. We hold regular events in Westminster to discuss the strategic national and international policy developments that shape the deployment of sustainable energy including renewables, energy efficiency and combined heat and power. We have over 130 parliamentary members and 100 industry members. The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Renewable and Sustainable Energy is supported by an independent, not-for-profit NGO, PRASEG ltd.
ESTA is the UK authority on energy management, with over 35 years experience dedicated to supporting its members. We have a long term commitment to reducing energy consumption through the application of technology and expert services. In order to achieve this, we are heavily involved in promoting the economic benefits of energy demand reduction through efficiency and management and provide:
A platform and voice for energy efficiency – a network of service and technology providers with a common goal
An aware, engaged and participative membership – high quality thinking to shape the agenda for the industry.
Strong leadership providing market insight, intelligence and lobbying – Market leading events and training programmes.

The Energy Institute is the not-for-profit chartered professional membership body bringing together expertise to tackle urgent global challenges. Responding to the climate emergency while meeting the energy needs of the world’s growing population calls for energy to be better understood, managed and valued. This ambition is at the heart of our social purpose.

We are a global, independent network of professionals spanning the world of energy, convening and facilitating debate, championing evidence and sharing fresh ideas, giving voice to issues of concern and where necessary challenging the industry we work with.

Making Energy Understandable for Customers | To keep members up to date on the energy and water markets and customer compliance through information, advice, training and meetings. To help members buy and manage their organisation’s energy and water, and/or get the best out of their consultants. To link members with government departments, the regulators and other energy agencies to provide timely insights and valuable feedback on future policy initiatives.
Established in 2005 as the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, we have over a decade of trustworthy, evidence-based expertise and insights to inform and accelerate your low emission transition, from feasibility through to implementation and training. We have reduced the environmental impacts and delivered cost savings for a wide range of public and private sector clients, delivering multi-year programmes and shorter-term projects associated with low emission vehicles and energy infrastructure. By encouraging the early market adoption of low emission and fuel cell technologies, we also support organisations to better compete in global markets and showcase expertise to encourage inward investment.

Media Partners

The Energyst magazine and theenergyst.com cover all things energy from an end-user perspective. Readers span large and small companies across all industries as well as the public sector. The print publication serves senior energy, facilities and building services managers as well as directors and consultants working with them. The magazine, website and newsletter cover the latest developments in energy policy, legislation and technology with a firm footing in economic reality to help businesses reduce costs and become more energy efficient. Energyst Media also produces specialist reports, market research and events.

In 2018, Energyst Media acquired New Power, a subscription-based expert resource providing a comprehensive source of insight that examines the challenges of moving from a central high-carbon power system to one that will provide heat and power securely, affordably and with minimal carbon dioxide emissions.

New Power is for anyone with an investment in the UK’s electricity industry such as utilities, traders, investors, major contractors, professional services, consumers, consultants. It comprises a monthly New Power Report, weekly newsletters and daily online news alongside access to its unique, comprehensive and searchable database of more than 2,500 UK power plants and projects.

Mission Critical Power is the most recent magazine launch from Energyst Media. It specialises in efficient optimisation of critical sites giving advice on resilience, maximum uptime and lowering the costs of this. It is read by Data Centre, Energy, Facilities and Building Service Managers and Directors among others whose function to to keep a site running effectively while ensuring availability. For more information or to receive your free copy visit the site here.

Smart Buildings Magazine is an integrated website and bi-weekly e-newsletter which aims to link people, products and processes in the smart buildings industry. We give our readers the information they need to make a correct, informed decision on how to make buildings more economic for their owners and more functional for their occupiers. We also cover the smart cities and smart homes sectors. The Smart Buildings Magazine bi-weekly e-newsletter is sent to in excess of 14,000 readers.*  For more information, please visit our site.