The All-Energy Story

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      2001 - Creating an All-Energy future

      The industry recognises the need for an annual meeting
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      2004 - Record breaking growth

      The conference changes to free of charge
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      2009 - Parliamentary address

      Conference plenary opened by Ed Miliband MP
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      2015 - Move to new venue

      All-Energy moves to the SECC, Glasgow
  • The history of All-Energy

    All-Energy has grown beyond belief in the past 18 years. 50 exhibitors and 350 visitors took part in the first ever All-Energy at the AECC in Aberdeen in 2001. 18 years later and a move of venue, now All-Energy has around 300 exhibitors from 50 countries and more than 7,000 participants.

  • 2001 - 2003 - Creating an All-Energy future

    The launch of All-Energy was held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in February 2001 with 50 exhibiting companies, 350 visitors and a 2 day paid for conference.

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  • 2004 - 2007 - Record breaking growth

    In 2004 the conference changed to a free of charge event which in turn saw All-Energy with visitor numbers soaring to 4,000 by 2007 in what proved to be the busiest and biggest event in its 7 year history.

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  • 2008 - 2011 - Parliamentary address

    2008 - 2011 saw the UK government backing the event with Rt Hon Ed Miliband MP and Jim Mather MSP both featuring in the conference opening plenary.

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  • 2012 - 2015 - Move to new venue

    2015 saw the event move to the SECC in Glasgow, this resulted in attendee numbers increasing by 20% and exhibitor satisfaction going up by 28%.

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    Discover more about the indepth history behind this iconic industry event.

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