Educational Body working to promote best practice in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency education through training courses and conferences in the United Kingdom, Europe and globally.
The UK’s specialist magazine for installers, contractors, specifiers and end users of heat pumps for commercial and domestic applications. Heat Pumps Today is issued bi-monthly and includes industry news, case studies, training news, product reviews and more.
Renewable Energy Installer is the leading magazine for the Renewables and micro generation sector. Through print, web and email REI covers solar, biomass, heat pumps, wind and hydro in both domestic and commercial areas, providing readers with updated news, opinion, industry events and product launches.
Energy in Buildings & Industry is the UK’s leading publication for information on all aspects of energy management for industry, commerce and the public sector.
International Special Issues published by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) with the European Energy Centre (EEC) and Centro Studi Galileo (CSG).
Quarterly publication providing a key source of information for businesses, investors, R&D departments active in the renewable energy sector.
Published monthly with the latest industry news, updates from the Institute of Refrigeration and the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board. Featuring the latest projects and ideas in the HVAC industry, as well as new product reviews and updates on the latest training initiatives and government legislation.
TERRE is a non-profit, non-partisan and independent organization dedicated to sustainable solutions to our developmental imperatives.. TERRE partners with business leaders, policy makers, scientists and other experts to bring a new approach to a complex and often controversial global environmental issues.
Partners of the EnergyCPD and the European Energy Centre (EEC) include:
Centro Studi Galileo, United Nations UNEP, Terre Policy Centre, Edinburgh Napier University, Glasgow Caledonian University, Heriot-Watt University, IIR – International Institute of Refrigeration,EMTEU Energy Management Technician in Europe, ATF – Air Conditioning and Refrigeration European Association.
(Looking for individual professional membership? Find it here)
By becoming a Member Organisation of the European Energy Centre (EEC), you are showcasing your commitment to promoting best practice in the renewable energy and energy efficiency industry.
You will also become a part of the EEC’s network of partners, which includes the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), other intergovernmental organisations such as the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), European Associations, major universities and thousands of individual professional members.
The Organisation Membership programme is open to private companies, charities, and governmental organisations, as long as your organisation has employees working in the renewable energy or energy efficiency industries.
Make an application to become a Member Organisation and you will receive access to the following benefits:
– Training courses (classroom, distance learning, webinars) for continuous and professional staff development
– Conferences, magazines and journals
– Participation in Renewable Energy policy
– Promotion and networking (and forming links with universities)
– The EnergyCPD professional development programme for staff members, eventually leading to Mastership Status in the Renewable Energy Industry
Organisation Membership pricing is based on the number of your employees currently working in the renewable energy or energy efficiency sectors.
– Government or governmental organisation, £8000 (£9600 inc VAT)
– 1 – 10 employees in renewable energy sector, £350 (£420 inc VAT)
– 11 – 30 employees in renewable energy sector, £700 (£840 inc VAT)
– 31 – 50 employees in renewable energy industry, £1400 (£1680 inc VAT)
– 50+ employees in renewable energy industry, £2800 (£3360 inc VAT)
Become an Member Organisation member by emailing [email protected] to request your application form.
Over 5000 participants each year attend over 300 professional training courses at 21 universities worldwide.
Participants include major authorities and organisations, such as the United Nations, Coca Cola, Siemens and Ford Motor Company.