Association for the Conservation of Energy

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Association for the Conservation of Energy
Abbreviation UKACE
Formation 1981
Legal status
Non-profit organization
Purpose Energy conservation in the UK
Location Westgate House, 2a Prebend Sreet, London, N1 8PT
Region served
UK
Membership 24 UK companies
Director
Andrew Warren
Website UKACE

The Association for the Conservation of Energy is a British organisation that promotes energy conservation. It represents the energy conservation industry and does collective research for the industry. The Association for the Conservation of Energy was formed in 1981 and Andrew Warren has been the Director since its formation. It is based in the east of the London Borough of Islington.

Structure and membership[edit]

The Association for the Conservation of Energy has two divisions:

  • Research unit, which does the (scientific) examination of ways of conserving energy, and keeping up-to-date of the rapidly changing technology.
  • Parliamentary campaigns, which operates on a national level to influence energy policy.

Members include:

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