2019 Call for Papers Now Open

Make your contribution to the All-Energy & Dcarbonise 2019 Conferences

All-Energy 2019 will, with the co-located Dcarbonise conference look at topics that come under all four ‘pillars’ of the event – renewable power; low carbon heat; energy efficiency in the built environment; and low carbon transport. The Dcarbonise conference includes the Smart Urban Mobility Solutions (SUMS) conference stream.

Decarbonisation, decentralisation, digitalisation and democratisation (i.e. end-user choice) all play important roles in the conference; so too does climate change and wider social impacts; Brexit-effects; planning for success and the alignment of data requirements through all stages of delivery; and innovative solutions and finding answers to the questions we used to ignore.

The Call for Papers is now open, so we invite you to become involved in the All-Energy conference by submitting an abstract (a brief summary of your proposed presentation/role as a potential panel member, no illustrations or formulae thank you).

Abstract submission is easy, you can use our online form for as many submissions as you want to make (one form for each topic). The Call for Papers embraces the main conference, show floor seminar theatres; and academic posters.

The deadline for submissions is Thursday 20 December 2018.

2019 Topics   Submit your abstracts

What happens once the Call for Papers closes?
Once the Call for Papers closes we work closely with ‘session champions’ – experts in their field - to determine the composition of sessions.  With such a far ranging conference involving so many speakers (over 475 in 2018 for the combined All-Energy and SUMS!) this takes a considerable amount of time.

We hope to contact all who have submitted abstracts by the end of February to let them know whether or not their abstract is being accepted.

If it is a yes, we will then tell you the day and time of the session in which we would like you to speak, and collect biographical details and a photograph and give details of when and how to submit your full presentation.

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