Scotland: a renewables hub



  • “I want us to be world leaders in developing new low carbon energy technologies and embrace social changes that will reduce our emissions”
    Nicola Sturgeon MSP, First Minister of Scotland

  • Why Scotland?

    Low carbon technology
    Scotland has recently announced £60m fund to accelerate innovation in new low-carbon technologies by 2020 such as electricity battery storage, sustainable heating systems and electric vehicle charging.

    Climate change plan
    A Climate Change Plan, to be published in early 2018, will outline plans through the 2020s and early 2030s; and a £12m Training Transition Fund will help oil workers move into growing, low-carbon sectors.

    Scottish energy strategy
    The promised new Scottish energy strategy, boasting an ambitious new 2030 target of 50% of Scotland’s energy consumption to be met by renewable energy, will be delivered before year-end, taking a “wholesystem” view which will consider both supply and consumption equally, building a genuinely integrated approach to power, transport and heat.
  • Travel

    Plan ahead to ensure a smooth trip to All-Energy 2018. Find the best ways to travel to Glasgow here.

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    Accommodation

    With a wide variety of options within close proximitely to the SEC and great rates to match.

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    Visit Glasgow

    Eat, drink and visit Glasgow's many attractions during your time at All-Energy.

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