The Energy Industries Council is working with the Nuclear AMRC to ensure its members have access to the Fit For Nuclear programme to win business in the civil nuclear market.

Established in 1943, the EIC is the leading trade association for UK-registered companies working in the global energy industries.

Its member companies, who supply goods and services across the oil and gas, power, nuclear and renewable sectors, have the experience and expertise that operators and contractors require.

As a not-for-profit organisation with offices in key international locations, the EIC’s role is to help members maximise commercial opportunities worldwide. It does this in a variety of ways:

Market insight – helping members to track global energy projects

The EIC’s projects database, EICDataStream, provides extensive information on over 7,500 active and future projects in all energy sectors. By tracking full project life-cycles from feasibility to construction and then completion, it helps members to identify opportunities and plan their business development strategies.

High-profile international events – connecting members with buyers and enhancing knowledge

The EIC hosts flagship industry events that bring together UK supply chain companies with global energy contractors and operators, and bespoke events that keep members informed about projects, sector developments and markets. Its overseas trade delegations and EIC-run pavilions at international exhibitions introduce members to regional energy markets and their major players.

Worldwide business support – helping members to expand into markets across the globe

Member companies who want to do business outside the UK can rely on the EIC’s global network of offices to provide regional market knowledge, one-to-one advice and practical support. It also provides virtual and rental offices, and facilities for hot-desking, meetings, conferences and corporate events.

Business intelligence – keeping members informed and raising their profile

The EIC helps its members to stay connected with the world of energy through informative online news, e-bulletins, market reports and industry publications. Its comprehensive directory of member supplier services is also a useful resource for operators and contractors.

Industry courses – trusted training delivered by energy experts

The EIC’s quality courses, which can be delivered off-site or in-house, are led by highly experienced trainers with industry backgrounds. It tailors its training to suit a variety of levels and also works with member companies to run programmes, some of which include tours to manufacturing companies.


For more information or to become an EIC member, please contact Harriet Fray, EIC membership administration manager:
Please mention the Nuclear AMRC when contacting the EIC.