We welcome people with an interest in energy policy and programmes from all disciplines to participate in EEAP activities.
Our community includes people working in government, academic institutions, energy suppliers, consultancies and NGOs with professional backgrounds including policy making, evaluation, engineering and economics.
Our main focus historically has been on energy efficiency in buildings, industry, appliances and lighting and its role in delivering improved prosperity, reduced carbon emissions and health benefits. We are keen to involve people with an interest in evaluation of policies relating to transport, demand reduction, renewable energy, waste and water.
We believe that our diverse backgrounds enriches the community and improves all our work.