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Get Involved

There are many great ways to get involved with the EnGRG and you don't have to be a paid member of the RGS to take part. We welcome people from all fields, countries, and backgrounds: students, researchers, policymakers, industry professionals, members of the general public - all you need is to have an interest in the relationships between energy and space. See the links below for the different ways that you could get involved with our group.

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Step 1: Subscribe to Our Mailing list

Keep up to date with EnGRG activities, promote your work!

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Step 2: Follow Us on Twitter

Hear all the latest EnGRG news!

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Step 3: Subscribe to Us on YouTube

Never miss an EnGRG video!

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Step 4: Come to EnGRG Events

We have loads of free events and seminars across the year. Come meet us and take part!

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Step 5: Join the RGS

Become a fully-fledged member of the RGS (not a requirement for participating in EnGRG activities and events)


Step 6: Join Our Team

Become part of our executive committee. Everyone is welcome and we encourage people to get involved as much or as little as they like!

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Step 7: Attend the RGS-IBG Annual Conference

The annual conference is a great way to learn about cutting-edge research in the field of energy geographies!


Step 8: Request Session Sponsorship

Have an energy-related session at the RGS Annual Conference? If so, we will sponsor you! Sponsorship helps people find your session and provides free advertising!

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Step 9: Apply for Our Undergraduate Awards

Each year, we offer a series of awards to recognize excellence in student research. If you think you are eligible, or know someone who is, why not get in touch?


Step 10: Apply for Our Postgraduate Awards

Each year, we offer a series of awards to recognise excellence in postgraduate research. Do you have a great paper? Submit it for consideration!


Step 11: Contribute Energy Resources

We are always looking for resources that will have value for students, teachers, and researchers working on energy issues. If you have a suggestion, please let us know!

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