Intelligent Energy is a privately owned global company, headquartered in the UK. For Investor Relations information, please contact us at email@example.com.
A General Meeting was held on Wednesday 12th March, 2014 at 1.30pm at our UK Headquarters:
Intelligent Energy, Holywell Park, Loughborough, UK, LE11 3GB. The resolution was passed.
Intelligent Energy’s Annual General Meeting took place on Monday 31st March, 2014 at 1.30pm at our UK Headquarters (all resolutions were passed).
Intelligent Energy is a public limited company that is privately held.
The Board of Directors have decided that the company shall be governed in accordance with the standards, principles and practises of an equivalent company that is listed on a recognised exchange. In the United Kingdom, the compliance aspects of governance are set out in the Combined Code and whilst these measures are compulsory for quoted companies, they also provide a best practice framework for others.
Strong corporate governance is characterised by greater integration of corporate strategy and management actions, a focused approach to risk management and reporting, a greater sense of corporate ethics and improved relationships with investors and other stakeholders. It is about embedding checks and controls within the organisation to improve overall performance and value and to help mitigate future risk of corporate failure.
The Companies Act 2006 requires publication of a business review incorporating appropriate key performance indicators. Good governance requires a balanced and effective board, a strong, risk focused control environment and policies which embed ethics and compliance within the organisation. At Intelligent-Energy, we have endeavoured to embed best practice corporate governance reporting, narrative reporting including business reviews and key performance indicators, integrated reporting, risk management frameworks and corporate social responsibility reporting.
Please click here to access Intelligent Energy’s annual reports from 2007 onwards.
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New Energy Landscape
The energy landscape is changing and needs to change. Existing infastructures cannot responsibly meet to today's demand.
Energy sector is responsible for 40% of global CO2 emissions, with electricity demand predicted to more than double by 2050.
Addressing the challenge of producing a truly intelligent grid, which maximises efficiencies, reduces emissions and makes economic sense, requires a mix of traditional and clean energy sources, including hydrogen.
Hydrogen can be integrated within the existing electricity, gas and transportation fuel infrastructure to enhance current systems and create opportunities. With marginal costs to existing assets, and relatively simple integration, hydrogen will become a key energy vector across sectors.
Applications for hydrogen include industrial heating, energy storage, transport and combined heat & power.