2018 Conference Overview

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      2018 Presentations Now Available

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  • All-Energy hosts some 120+ hours of discussion and debate. You can make your mark on the 2019 event by responding to the Call for Papers here. To refresh your memory about what took place in 2018 attended by over 5,000 participants you can download many of the presentations
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    Like the 2018 conference the 2019 event will reflect the four pillars of All-Energy – renewable power, low carbon heat, energy efficiency and low carbon transport (via SUMS 2019). Think about the presentation you would like to give or the panel in which you would like to participate and respond to the Call for Papers




    Seven theatres will feature on the exhibition show floor – four ‘Quick Fire’ theatres with programmes dealing with offshore wind; wave and tidal; community and local energy; energy efficiency; low carbon heat, plus ‘The Hydrogen Hub’ and ‘Circular Economy Theatre’

    Respond to the Call for Papers 



  • Academic research plays a key role in the sectors we serve. 2018 saw a record number of Academic Poster Presentations.
    Check them out and respond to the Call for Papers


    All-Energy continues to host a 1-2-1 opportunity for developers of projects or devices looking to expand their supply chain. You can apply to take a developer role with a schedule of meetings drawn up for you by using the Call for Papers form.

    See who held 2018 meetings - we'd like to spread the net wider in 2019!
    Co-located with All-Energy, Smart Urban Mobility Solutions serves the show’s fourth pillar – low carbon transport (as well as CAVs and much more). In addition to the Conference, there are opportunities for Academic Poster Presentations and Meet the Developer slots.
    Check out the SUMS Call for Papers
  • Missed a conference session/presentation at All-Energy/SUMS or want to re-live it? Download all relevant 2018 approved presentations from the 375 available free-of-charge.
    2018 presentations | 2017 presentations | 2016 presentations



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