Young Energy Professionals
Energy UK’s Young Energy Professionals Forum is a place for the next generation of energy industry professionals to meet, network and spread knowledge.
What type of events? The Young Energy Professionals Forum runs quarterly events, discussing topical issues on and off the news agenda - getting everyone talking. The Forum also organises; site visits where attendees can take a look inside a real life working power station; or attendees can hear from industry leaders who offer their top tips for success via our popular mentoring programme, a new addition to the Forum.
Who attends? Our events attract a wide range of professionals from across different roles within the energy industry. Our events are open to all Young Energy Professionals (10 years in industry or less), students or those who just have an interest in the industry.
Our topics? For each event we choose topics which are relevant and likely to create debate. We select industry leading speakers to give talks on these topics before opening up the floor to debate the issues further. To date we’ve discussed Hinkley point C, fuel poverty, innovation, customer satisfaction, National Grids Balancing Services and energy and infrastructure skills.
Want to know more about our events? Read our event summaries to learn more about whats its like to be a YEP at our forum events and the past topics discussed.
What is the YEP Forum Steering Committee? The Young Energy Professionals Forum Steering Committee determines the direction of the YEP Forum and features members from across the industry. The Committee is expected to contribute to YEP Forum activity and support the work of the YEP Forum in order to meet objectives. The primary function being to arrange, manage and develop the activities of the YEP Forum.