Conference Introduction

All-Energy 2016 Conference

  • The All-Energy conference is designed to inspire and stimulate, taking a positive and forward thinking approach to where and how the renewable and sustainable energy sectors will develop and grow.

    Innovation, cost reduction, more efficient operations and aids to ever safer and sustainable energy, as well as developments in smart sustainable cities and energy efficiency, featured high on the 2016 agenda.  Attendees heard successful case histories, and lessons learned, behavioural change, adding value not cost, diversification, export opportunities and realism. Outcomes from the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP21, in Paris; and plans for the Fifth Carbon Budget, also inspired our presenters.

    Year-on-year All-Energy provides an unparalleled opportunity to gain insight across all areas of the renewable and sustainable energy industry, and equally important areas like energy efficiency. Our multi-stream conference programmes cover all renewable energy sectors;  the opportunities and challenges facing the industry, the associated issues such as grid, funding and increasingly important areas such as business energy efficiency; and topics such as smart sustainable cities and local energy economies. 

    Click on a programme below, to learn more:

    Need more inspiration? Click here to check out the 2015 programme, see the presentations delivered and read about the men and women who spoke. There are also videos of the keynote addresses in both opening plenary sessions.

  • Our list of conference topics includes:

    • Bioenergy - biomass, biogas and biofuel (including a SuperGen Bioenergy session)
    • Carbon capture and storage
    • Cities - smart & sustainable
    • Community renewables - featuring community generation, local supply, storage and partnerships in the All Community Energy Seminar Theatre
    • Decarbonisation - food and drink industry
    • District heating
    • Energy efficiency - business / retrofit
    • Energy from waste (EfW)
    • Energy storage - local energy systems; storage at consumer level; grid balancing and support
    • Energy systems
    • Exporting UK Green
    • Farming community renewables in the newly named Rural Sector session
    • Finance and funding
    • Geothermal
    • Grid & smart grid - including smart meters - demand management and monitoring systems
    • Heat networks
    • Hydrogen and fuel cells
    • Hydropower
    • Local energy economies
    • Nuclear
    • Offshore wind – including our third annual floating turbines session
    • Onshore wind
    • Onsite renewables/microgeneration
    • Renewable heat
    • Rural sector: future of renewables and energy management
    • Skills and training
    • Shared ownership of renewables projects
    • Solar - PV and thermal
    • Sustainable transport - vehicles and infrastructure
    • Wave and tidal
  • Additionally, attendees were able to attend the ‘Innovate UK and DECC Innovation Showcase’; an interactive session on ‘Constraint Managed Zones’ by SSE; ‘The role of CDTs on training future leaders for the energy industry’ organised by Cranfield University (our 2016 ‘Skills and training’ session); and sessions created by Marine Scotland; the Scottish Energy Association; and by Shepherd and Wedderburn and others.

  • Visitor Communities at All-Energy

    Renewable and sustainable energy generation lies at the heart of All-Energy as ever. So too do energy efficiency, and the needs of future and sustainable cities. Our diagram helps you to see the topics that we are eager to embrace and the visitors we plan to attract to All-Energy 2016.

  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is important for development of the individual and their organisation; and our research shows that it is worth checking with your professional body if attending All-Energy counts as CPD.

    Find out what The IET, Energy Institute and IMarEST have to say about how attending conferences like All-Energy can contribute to a balanced programme of CPD.

  • Contact the team

    Judith Patten
    Project Director
    Tel: +44 (0)20 8241 1912
    judithpatten@jppr.uk.com

    Ellen Burgess
    Conference Manager
    Tel: +44 (0)20 8439 5420
    ellen.burgess@reedexpo.co.uk

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