Birmingham Energy Society (BES) engages students with all things Energy. Our objective is to provide an environment where students from any academic background can develop your knowledge on all aspects of the energy sector; from learning about future renewable energy technologies to understanding how governmental policies influence the energy sector, and how to invest into the energy market.
The energy market is of growing importance, affecting every aspect of modern life and we hope to broaden your networking opportunities with industrial and academic leaders from across the sector.
By working with leading minds from Birmingham-based energy organisations as well as making connections with those from further afield, Birmingham Energy Society aim to: generate discussion about the past, present and future of energy, visit leading companies showcasing future energy solutions for the world’s growing population, and introduce members to an extensive network of academics and industrialists who are tackling the planet’s largest energy challenges to provide an entry pathway for those interested in a career in the energy sector.
We run many activities throughout the year including guest speakers, networking events, site visits, and trips to energy-related events. Joining us will enable you to get to know other members of the Society and have some fun!
To find out more check out our website or email us on email@example.com. You can also find us on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
EPS Societies' Awards won
- Head of College Idea of the Year 2019, Formation of Society
- Outreach Award 2020, Allan Dos Santos
- Industrial Award 2020
Latest news from the Birmingham Energy Society
Although this past year has been very difficult; for us as a society to continue growing our impact, we have adapted by offering insightful talks and trips in the new year. Joshua Hill tells us what they've been up to.
It's been another busy semester for the Birmingham Energy Society! Their President, Nandini, tells us about semester two for BES, including several online talks and networking events.
Although this past year has been very difficult, Birmingham Energy Society continue to grow their impact: they've just launched a campaign to reduce energy consumption in student accommodation! BES will not be stopped!
Our student groups are so unique that we have our own Fair so you can meet them! In the week of 12-16 October we introduced you to our incredible student groups with the first Virtual Fair. Watch the recordings here.
Birmingham Energy Society kicked off term 2 by welcoming Dr Richard Connolly to talk about how the changes in the energy industry, regarding production and consumption, have shaped global politics.
Birmingham Energy Society have continued to spark imagination for his term, going from strength to strength with rebrands, conferences and new projects. Their Chair Oliver Martin tells us more.