Launched in March 2015, the IChemE Energy Centre gives the chemical and process engineering community a coherent voice on energy policy issues.
IChemE members work across the energy space: from developing new sources of energy, moving it to where it’s needed, improving the efficiency of the processes that use it, and mitigating the environmental effects of its production and consumption. Our systems-thinking approach has a lot to offer to the energy challenges of the 21st century.
The IChemE Energy Centre is a forum for the chemical and process engineering community to provide decision makers around the world with expert advice on energy issues, while highlighting the role of chemical engineers in meeting the energy challenges that society faces.
The Centre will be publishing evidence-based recommendations for action on three priority topics:
- Energy and resource efficiency
- Future of oil and gas
- Carbon capture, storage and utilisation
Alongside this, the Centre will be providing insight, advice and analysis on the following areas:
- Energy storage
- Sustainable bioenergy
If you would like to get involved or find out more information about what the Energy Centre can do for you, please get in touch.