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Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers

The Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM) is the professional engineering institution for gas, here to support individuals and organisations connected with the gas industry.

As advocates of excellence, our core aim is to help all those involved with gas to achieve and maintain the highest standards of professional competence.

We do this by publishing technical standards, delivering high quality events and courses that contribute to professional development and by bringing people together through membership to share knowledge, expertise and best practice.

We are licensed by Engineering Council to award Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer and Engineering Technician status and assist individuals to become professionally registered engineers.

Working with stakeholders from across the industry we seek to represent the views of our Members and the wider gas community and to inform and influence current and future gas and energy policy.  

More information about IGEM, it's history, charitable goals and membership benefits is available at www.igem.org.uk.


The Hydrogen Knowledge Centre

Through the support of the UK Government's Energy Innovation Programme, IGEM have developed the Hydrogen Knowledge Centre - a digital repository dedicated to the advancement of hydrogen learning globally and supporting the transition to a net-zero carbon emissions future.

The repository hosts and signposts to hydrogen resources from across gas network and supply chain organisations, academic institutions, research bodies and industry experts - covering a range of cross-sector applications and technologies. 

The Hydrogen Knowledge Centre is growing daily. Working with partners across the energy landscape, we are building collaborations and knowledge sharing capability to offer the latest hydrogen knowledge, as it emerges, from projects across the UK and internationally. 

We aim to make it easier for our Members to keep up to date with hydrogen learning, by bringing a range of knowledge into a centralised and dynamically searchable library, which can be easily filtered and sifted to find relevant content.

As its content and usage grows we will be adding further features and capability to the Hydrogen Knowledge Centre, to offer an enhanced experience to our Members. 

More information on the scope of the Hydrogen Knowledge Centre and our approach to content inclusion can be found in our Collection Development Policy.


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