Webinar: Introduction to the Energy Transition

Live Online, 21 May 2024

Engineering the Energy Transition Seminar

Marsh McLennan Offices, London UK, 6 June 2024

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Submission and nomination deadline is 31 July 2024.

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EEMUA is an international membership body for owners and operators of fixed industrial assets

EEMUA has a pivotal role to play in ensuring members’ physical assets and user requirements are in the best possible shape to make significant contributions to their companies. This means keeping members abreast of the latest industry news and working closely with regulatory, standards and other business or industry bodies to ensure the users’ voice is well represented in the corridors of power.

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