Our vision is to provide pragmatic solutions to today’s energy challenges in the transition to a zero carbon future. We build collaborative partnerships based on sustainability and inclusivity, together providing fit-for-purpose solutions to the toughest issues, all the while remaining dedicated to the highest environmental, social and governance standards.
The 21st-century energy system will be revolutionary
Are you ready?
Future Energy Partners (FEP) was established over 10 years ago by senior industry executives and academics as an energy consultancy dedicated to ensuring the successful transition from the oil age to carbon neutrality.
As the Economist recently stated “The 21st-century energy system promises to be better than the oil age—better for human health, more politically stable and less economically volatile.
The shift involves big risks. If disorderly, it could add to political and economic instability in petrostates and concentrate control of the green-supply chain in China. Even more dangerous, it could happen too slowly.”
The team at FEP is committed to keeping you informed of the key issues and opportunities on this journey.
We have successfully worked on over 50 projects globally for clients in the private and public sectors as well as non-governmental organisations.
We provide holistic solutions to the world’s energy challenges in the transition to a zero carbon future. We build collaborative partnerships based on sustainability and inclusivity, together providing fit-for-purpose solutions to the toughest environmental and social issues, all the while remaining dedicated to the highest ethical, environmental and governance standards.
Our commitment to quality is recognised by our ISO 9001 certification.
Future Energy Partners provides Training and ISO standards implementation services to companies irrespective of the sector and size as well as second-party audits in preparation for ISO Certification.
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