The Energy Industries Club

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What is the Energy Industries Club?

The Energy Industries Club is a key organisation for those in the energy industry. It provides unique opportunities to meet a wide range of contacts throughout the energy industry in an efficient, cost-effective way. It also provides members with access to up to eight events each year at which high profile speakers make a brief address and debate key issues impacting on the energy industries.


Speakers are drawn from a wide variety of sources and include Government and Opposition Ministers, senior Civil Servants, CEOs from the energy industry, regulators, etc.


The programme is designed to explore current and future challenges affecting the energy industry, led by authoritative speakers encouraging lively debate, networking and knowledge sharing. To facilitate free discussion, meetings are held under the Chatham House rule with no reporting of the proceedings.


If you are a decision maker or influencer in the energy industry, then you should be part of the Energy Industries Club. For a small annual subscription, you will gain the opportunity to book places for yourself and, if you choose, your guests at each of our networking lunch events held at approximately monthly intervals between October and May.


The Energy Industries Club is an unincorporated association formed in 1981 by amalgamation of the Fuel Luncheon Club, founded in 1935 and the Electrical Industries Club, founded in 1954. We are a not-for-profit club, so our service is provided at cost.

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