The Energy Technologies Institute was established as a unique private-public partnership, funded equally by member companies and the UK Government. It is governed by an Executive Board. Each private sector member has one seat on the ETI Board.
By bringing together the efforts and investments of both private and public sectors, and by focusing on key energy challenges with a new level of scale and ambition, the ETI has the potential to achieve step change advances in the demonstration of low carbon technologies. Our Member companies’ expertise, resources and the potential route to commercialisation that they offer is one of the strengths of the ETI.
Each private sector member, invests up to £5 million per year, with the UK Government matching these investments.
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