Tag Archives: IGEM

IGEM responds to news that Government’s 2050 ‘net-zero’ target in undeliverable

IGEM’s CEO Neil Atkinson responds to news that the Government’s target for ‘net-zero’ by 2050 is undeliverable unless clean growth policies...

IGEM looking for industry feedback to address the root cause of low supply issues on the gas distribution network

IGEM’s Low Pressure Supply Working Group is looking for industry feedback on a number of recommendations designed to address the...

Industry welcomes CCC’s aggressive decarbonisation targets

IGEM has welcomed a report from the Committee on Climate Change that states the UK should lead the global fight...

IGEM “pushes back” on report that recommends no new homes be connected to gas by 2025

IGEM has responded to a report from the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) on UK housing, which states no new...

Worcester Bosch welcomes IGEM as hydrogen standards developer

The Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM) has been chosen by BEIS to develop hydrogen standards for ‘Hy4Heat’. Martyn Bridges,...

IGEM chosen to develop new hydrogen standards as part of £25m government scheme

The Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM) has been chosen to develop hydrogen standards for the government’s £25 million...

IGEM issues update to Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure (GIUSP)

A new update of the Gas Industry Unsafe Situations Procedure (GIUSP) has been issued by the Institution of Gas Engineers...

Changes incoming after growing concerns about standards of training in the gas industry

In response to growing concerns about standards in training, the gas industry has chosen The Institution of Gas Engineers and...

IGEM offers advice on changes to regulations and standards that gas professionals need to be aware of

IGEM is offering a solution to anyone tackling the many changes to gas regulations and standards: In an ever changing...

Gas is central to the future – says IGEM conference

Gas is central to the future of a low carbon, value for money energy market. This was the core message...