Our conferences provide the opportunity to hear the latest research in energy economics and dialogue that takes place between industry, government and academia. IAEE meets globally between three to five times per year. Don’t miss your opportunity to present your research.
Membership in IAEE is open to anyone worldwide who has an interest in the fields of energy or energy economics. Our membership consists of those working in both the public and private sectors including government, academic and commercial.
IAEE publishes three publications throughout the year. These are The Energy Journal, Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy and the Energy Forum. Members of the association receive these publications as part of their membership.
The British Institute of Energy Economics (BIEE) is the leading professional association for energy economics and related disciplines in the UK .
The UK is at the leading edge of many energy-related issues. It is home to some of the world's largest and most innovative companies and financial institutions involved in providing and financing energy. UK government policy in energy and climate change has many innovative aspects, (e.g., the Committee on Climate Change) and UK academic research on energy issues has a high international profile.
With a history spanning more than 30 years, BIEE has established itself as a unique link between academia, the private sector and policy makers in the energy sector and has a diverse membership drawn from these professional communities, as well as students in full-time education.
The role of the BIEE is to bring together these diverse stakeholders in order to facilitate and promote research, discussion and debate on key energy issues. To fulfil this role the BIEE has a programme of meetings, seminars and conferences held primarily in London, Oxford and Scotland. BIEE events are distinguished by the high calibre of their speakers, the sound, evidence-based content of presentations/papers, diversity of participants from different sectors and open discussion and debate.
The BIEE was established as a company limited by guarantee in 1980 and became a registered charity in 1985. It is governed by its Council of voluntary officers elected by the members. The BIEE is the UK representative of the International Association of Energy Economics (IAEE), which has over 3000 members and a growing network of country affiliates and representatives.
Membership of BIEE/IAEE has many benefits
The opportunity for members to build and extend their professional networks, by providing access to experts from different energy-related disciplines and professional communities in academia, private sector and government.
The potential to expand your professional knowledge through participation in BIEE meetings, seminars and conferences that are highly informative and relevant to energy professionals.
Discounted access to BIEE conferences and workshops, with additional financial support for student members.
Access to the IAEE and includes a subscription to the Energy Journal, the IAEE newsletter and Members directory.