The Four Pillars of All-Energy

  • "Clean growth is not an option, but a duty we owe to the next generation"

    - Prime Minister Theresa May (in a foreword from the UK Clean Growth Strategy)

    The renewed determination to decarbonise and to support the innovation and evolution of the UK’s energy system will not only develop supply chain opportunities for those who operate here but will also make both Scotland and the wider UK an excellent location for energy investment and collaboration. As the UK’s premier event for new opportunities across this decarbonised energy system, All-Energy is the perfect platform to meet with energy innovators, investors, suppliers and end-users looking to capitalise upon these new opportunities.

    - The UK government’s Clean Growth Strategy, published in October 2017, sets out new policies to raise ambition in order to meet the nation’s legally binding climate goals. It covers the fourth and fifth carbon budgets between 2023-2027 and 2028-2032 by which time the UK must cut its greenhouse gas emissions to 57% below 1990 levels.

    - A new renewable energy target contained in Scotland’s new Energy Strategy, published on 20 December 2017, shows even greater ambition with a revised goal which will see half of all energy – for heat, transport and electricity – coming from renewable sources by 2030.

    Like All-Energy, both the UK & Scottish plans and strategies focus on a number of key areas for decarbonisation supporting the countries’ green ambitions:
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