BEAMA is the UK association for manufacturers of electrical infrastructure products and systems, from transmission through distribution to the environmental systems and services in the built environment, with over 200 members ranging from SMEs to large multinationals. BEAMA member’s products provide a sustainable, safe, efficient and secure UK electrical system. We support our members in ensuring that the UK has a strong electrotechnical industry that is recognised as an essential part of modern society and brings invaluable economic, social and environmental benefits


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The BVRLA – British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association – represents over 1,000 companies engaged in vehicle rental, leasing and fleet management. Its membership is responsible for a combined fleet of four million cars, vans and trucks – one-in-ten of all vehicles on UK roads. BVRLA members represent the demand-side of the automotive industry, buying around 50% of new vehicles, including over 80% of those manufactured and sold in the UK. In doing so, they support almost 500,000 jobs, add £7.6bn in tax revenues and contribute £49bn to the UK economy each year.

Together with its members, the association works with policymakers, public sector agencies, regulators, and other key stakeholders to ensure that road transport delivers environmental, social and economic benefits to everyone. BVRLA members are leading the charge to decarbonise road transport and are set to register 400,000 new battery electric cars and vans per year by 2025.

BVRLA membership provides customers with the reassurance that the company they are dealing with adheres to the highest standards of professionalism and fairness. The association achieves this by reinforcing industry standards and regulatory compliance via its mandatory Codes of Conduct, inspection regime, government-approved Alternative Dispute Resolution service and an extensive range of learning and development programmes.


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ECA is the UK’s leading trade association that represents and supports the interests of businesses and organisations involved in electrotechnical and engineering services design, installation, inspection, testing, maintenance and monitoring across the United Kingdom (excluding Scotland).

ECA has been a driving force in the industry since its formation in 1901. Today, many organisations that are involved in improving industry standards and embracing positive change do so as a direct result of ECA involvement or alternatively engage with the ECA on an ongoing basis.

ECA offers membership to businesses across the electrotechnical and engineering services industry achieving the highest industry standards and certifications. There are a series of routes to ECA membership, including: alternative power supplies, audio visual, building controls, commercial installations, structured data cabling, domestic electrical, earthing, fire and security, high voltage and temporary installations.

ECA Member business have access to a range of service & benefits including free expert helplines (technical, commercial & legal, employment and health & safety), industry-leading guidance and resources, regional support & events, specialist live & on-demand webinars, dedicated Member tools, exclusive Member discounts and oppertunities to help shape your industry.

We also offer a number of associate schemes for other industry stakeholders in our efforts to improve standards, professionalism and commercial opportunity. Our associate offering is open to the entire supply chain, including clients, specifiers, trainers, manufacturers and distributors.


EVA England was established in June 2020 by six passionate EV enthusiasts who were inspired by the advocacy and services that consumer associations representing EV drivers in Scotland, the Netherlands, Norway, the USA and elsewhere were providing.

Making the switch to EVs was one of the best decisions each of us has made, but it wasn’t without its difficulties. From picking our first EV, to learning to charge and wanting to connect with other passionate drivers – we’ve been through it all.

That’s why we founded EVA England – we want to offer a voice for current, new and prospective electric vehicle drivers and accelerate the transition to an electric England.

In our first 18 months, we have responded to a Government Consultation on ending the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans, advocated for a 2030 Phase Out Date to Government and the media, presented to the EV Energy Taskforce and have established connections with other EV groups in both the UK and abroad – and we’ve only just begun.

Going forward, we aim to support and represent EV drivers in England, to offer unbiased advice on all things electric vehicles, provide guides and tips for current and prospective drivers, as well as grow an empowered community of EV drivers in England. We promise to operate transparently as we champion our members and equip them to be EV advocates in their communities.


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Organized and hosted by EDTA, the 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition (EVS36) is the premier showcase for industry innovation and is the longest-running international conference devoted to electric transportation and technologies.

Featuring compelling presentations from industry and thought leaders, a cutting-edge exposition with exhibitors from around the globe and multiple networking events, EVS36 will provide a wide array of opportunities to showcase leadership, learn from the experts, and educate the public and the media about electric transportation.


To achieve the transition to an inclusive, net-zero carbon and climate-resilient economy, both public and private finance is needed. The Green Finance Institute was established in 2019 as a direct response to a key policy recommendation made by the industry-led Green Finance Taskforce to the UK Government in March 2018.

Sitting at the nexus of the public and private sectors, the Green Finance Institute convenes and leads sectoral coalitions of global experts, that identify and unlock barriers to investment towards impactful, real-economy outcomes, to benefit our environment, society, and business.

We are an independent, commercially focused organisation backed by government and led by bankers. We are fuelled by science and data and propelled by the creativity and ingenuity of the finance sector. We design, develop and launch portfolios of scalable financial solutions that accelerate sector-specific transitions to a low-carbon future.


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IPFA is the global professional association that connects and promotes the collective interests of both public & private sector organisations, and professional individuals involved across infrastructure and energy financing.

We are independent and don’t exist to make a profit. We are funded and guided by our members, which include the industry’s leading investors, lenders, advisors, developers, sponsors and government institutions active in infrastructure and energy markets around the world.

For 25 years, IPFA has provided the infrastructure and energy industry with a home for thought leadership, networking and professional development.


Transport + Energy was created as a resource to explore the transition of two previously siloed sectors who need to collaborate for the first time to facilitate the decarbonisation of transport.

The Transport + Energy community includes government decision makers, consultancies, construction and engineering companies , transport planners, operators and policy makers, vehicle manufacturers and technology innovators.

Transport + Energy brings news, comment and features on key trends and developments to this expanding, dynamic community. A weekly newsletter delivers the pick of the week’s stories, while the website delivers 24/7 coverage with total reach growing rapidly, currently over 13 000 newsletter subscribers, social media followers and event attendees.

Transport + Energy is constantly evolving to deliver insight and thought leadership to the sector through the annual Transport + Energy Forum, webinars, round tables and bespoke reports.

The Transport + Energy Forum delivers over 150 attendees who gather for a day programme of presentations, panel discussions and networking, followed by a relaxed networking evening dinner.

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