Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit

Founding Year: 2014

Staff: 12

Budget: £510k (2019)

Richard Black (Director)

Is a “non-profit organisation that supports informed debate on energy and climate change issues in the UK.” Consequently, it “supports journalists, parliamentarians and other communicators with accurate and accessible briefings on key issues.” ECIU also works with “individuals and organisations that have interesting stories to tell, helping them connect to the national conversation.”



Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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