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The Energy Technologies Institute is now closed

After 12 years of research into low carbon technologies innovation to help the UK reach its climate goals, the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has now closed. All the available data and findings from the ETI’s programmes, are available online through the programme pages and Knowledge Zone until 2025. Much of the capability developed by the ETI now resides with, and can be accessed through, the Energy Systems Catapult, the Centre for Sustainable Roadfreight and others.

Innovate & Develop

Our mission

As a £400m industry and government funded research institute we researched low carbon energy system planning and technology development to address UK energy and climate change targets.

Our mission


A portfolio of engineering projects researching, developing & demonstrating new low carbon technologies.


A report series analysing the UK’s options, choices and actions for low carbon energy systems and technology development.


A series of reflections from our strategic analysis and technology innovation activities.

Knowledge sharing

Our research

Our thinking on Bioenergy in the UK is based on 10 years of research

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Reference Library

ETI material on low carbon energy systems planning and technology development

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The ETI was a public-private partnership between global energy and engineering companies and the UK Government.

  • BP
  • Caterpillar
  • EDF energy
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Shell
  • Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
  • Innovate