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Energy UK


Joining Energy UK opens the door to companies to becoming part of the most dynamic, leading energy industry body in the country. Energy UK is at the forefront of national energy policy development and input from our membership is sought at the most senior political levels. We provide highly respected, expert analysis and advice to our members on policy, regulation and communications. We also provide strong and well tested industry representation in the media, to policy makers and across the wider policy community.

To arrange a call to discuss how membership of Energy UK can help your organisation contact our membership team at

Who we represent

Our members include companies ranging from established FTSE 100 organisations to growing start ups, with membership being open to organisations within the sector as well as those who wish to provide a service to the sector.

Benefits of membership

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A trusted voice with a high-profile reach

Energy UK advocates for positive change on behalf of its membership. We ensure our breadth of membership represents large and small companies, challengers and incumbents and consult widely when seeking industry positions. As such, we can provide holistic, neutral advice for policy makers and sector stakeholders, sit on many industry groups and taskforces and have a high-reaching media profile where we can ably speak to industry views. 

Energy UK represents aspects of the energy industry to:

  • Ministers & key elected representatives in the UK government, devolved administrations & in Europe;
  • regulators & policy makers;
  • stakeholder & interest groups;
  • broadcast, print & online reporters & commentators in national, regional & specialist media;
  • and members of the public.
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Shaping the future of energy

Members participate in the development of Energy UK’s policies, consultation responses and advocacy through our Committees and groups, which cover every aspect of the energy market.

Organisations can attend meetings depending on their category of membership and may be invited to join relevant roundtable discussions at a senior committee level or with Government and other key stakeholders across industry.

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Staff expertise

Members have access to our team of specialists with experience in fields across energy policy, public affairs and communication.

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Training and events

Energy UK events provide a forum for debate and discussion, as well as excellent opportunities to network across the sector. Our events range from conferences and Breakfast Briefings to politically focussed roundtables and panel events.

We also offer training courses for people working in, and new to the energy industry and can organise bespoke sessions for our members. Members receive discounted prices for all Energy UK training and ticketed events, as well as discounts on some other events across industry.

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What our members say

Energy UK has been instrumental in helping the industry navigate the choppy waters of 2022. In particular, they have done a great job at representing the industry at the highest level and in the media, and ensuring regular engagement with key stakeholders. Whilst it’s not always easy to bring together such a broad church, they strive to coordinate and support the membership in such a way to ensure the industry’s voice is clear, consistent and understood.

Alice Barrs, Head of UK Policy & Public Affairs, RWE

Energy UK has been outstanding in representing the industry during one of the most turbulent times in the energy sector’s history. The energy security crisis and its impact on the UK and global economy has been profound and Energy UK has worked brilliantly with all parts of the energy industry to represent their views and work with Government and stakeholders in a fast moving and constantly changing environment. They have been very effective and worked tirelessly to support the energy industry, for which we are very grateful!


Energy UK has had a very successful year in the face of an on-going energy crisis. Not only have they ensured the industry spoke with one voice and has been heard, but they have also had significant policy influence through a period of profound political instability. They have done all this whilst maintaining the reputation of the sector.

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The number and breadth of its membership mean that Energy UK can talk about the whole system and be forward looking and strategic


Energy UK has been an effective voice for energy customers and the companies in the sector at a time where energy – decarbonisation, security and reliability of supply and affordability – has been at the absolute heart of the issues facing the UK. The team at Energy UK has been focused, proactive and employed a mix of diplomacy, advocacy and innovation to persuade the public, opinion formers, policymakers, and their industry members of the need to act and has played a valuable role in designing practical solutions in remarkably short times on a range of dimension.

Paul Spence, Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs, EDF Energy