- Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS)
- Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC)
- Energy Technologies Institute (ETI)
- Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
- Scottish Enterprise
- Scottish Government
- Innovate UK
- The Crown Estate
- Department for Communities and Local Government
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)
- Department for Transport
- Ministry of Defence (MoD)
- Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment
- Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem)
- Welsh Government
- UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) is a public-private partnership between global industries – BP, Caterpillar, EDF, E.ON, Rolls-Royce and Shell – and the UK Government. Public sector representation is through the administration of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, with funding channelled through the Technology Strategy Board and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. The Department of Energy and Climate Change are observers on the Board. Our key priorities are to:
- Accelerate the
deployment of affordable, secure low-carbon energy systems for 2020 to 2050 by
demonstrating technologies, developing knowledge, skills and supply-chains and
informing the development of regulation, standards and policy.
greenhouse gas emissions (UK target - 80% CO2 reduction by 2050).
security of energy supply in conjunction with greenhouse gas mitigation.
- Increase the
level and capacity of the low carbon skills pool - both in the UK and
The ETI makes targeted commercial investments in offshore wind marine, distribution energy, buildings, energy storage and distribution, smart systems and heat, carbon capture and storage, transport and bio energy. It brings together the collective knowledge, expertise and experience of its diverse members to address future energy needs; and brings together projects that accelerate the development of affordable, clean, secure technologies needed to help the UK meet its’ legally binding 2050 targets.