Conference Overview

  • Can't wait for All-Energy 2018? Check out our 2017 conference videos including the Opening Plenary featuring First Minister Nicola Sturgeon; the Day 2 Plenary session with Brexit as its theme; and all the action from the Lomond Auditorium.

    Discover all that was on offer at All-Energy 2017 and what to mark in your diary for next year. Plus, read what Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said at the 2017 Opening Plenary.
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    The 2017 conference covered all forms of renewable energy generation; low carbon heat; energy systems; the grid; energy efficiency; energy storage; CCS; and the needs of smart and sustainable cities.
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    Four theatres on the exhibition floor dedicated to wave and tidal; offshore wind; community & local energy; and business energy efficiency/retrofit.
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  • In 2017, the exhibition floor hosted a dedicated Poster Presentations area reserved exclusively for academics to present on subjects relating to our conference topics.
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    All-Energy 2017 hosted an exclusive opportunity for buyers looking to expand their supply chain to meet with suppliers in 1-2-1 meetings. Find out how to get involved next year.
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    Missed a conference session at All-Energy? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Download all approved presentations given at the All-Energy 2017 and 2016 conferences.
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  • SUMS 2017 was a new event with a 2-day conference programme. Find out what topics were covered in the 2017 and start thinking what you can contribute in 2018.
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    If you have a topic you would like to propose for inclusion in the 2018 conference programme, or a session you would like to lead, we'd love hear your ideas.
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