MEP In the Press

Links to some of the articles which have appeared in the press about The Association of Midlands Energy Professionals.

  • MEP Chair Rob Evans Stepping Down Click here to read the full article. Read more

  • DEA’s TEN HOUR SLOG FOR CHARITY DEA Sue Cole will be pulling on her walking boots with a vengeance next month when she sets out on a gruelling 10-hour trek across some rugged terrain – but it’s all in a good cause. Sue, 53, who has been a DEA as long as there have been EPCs, will be aiming to complete a demanding slog across the hills and dales of Worcestershire to raise money for a local hospice – and she is hoping other assessors will help with her fundraising. The mum of two grown-up sons is taking part in the 31 mile Worcestershire Way Walk on 20 ... Read more

  • ASSESSORS ATTEND LANDMARK MEETING Members of Midlands Energy Professionals have become the first energy assessors ever to meet with leading HVAC manufacturers Worcester Bosch. More than 20 members of the Midlands group attended a half-day session today at the company’s factory in Cotswold Way, Worcester, on the day that the company learned it had been named as the most reliable gas boiler brand in the UK in a Which? magazine survey. The visit was arranged after MEP committee members Sue Cole and Rob Evans met with Worcester Bosch Head of External and Governmental Affairs, Neil Schofield, (all three are pictured left at Worcester Bosch, with MEP ... Read more

  • FACTORY TOUR WILL BOOST FIRM’S ENERGY EFFICIENCY A group from Midlands Energy Professionals is making a special visit to Worcester Bosch. Read More (Downloadable PDF) Read more