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  • What to expect from All-Energy 2020

    To relive All-Energy 2019, check out all the highlights of the event. Many of the most popular features are coming back for the 20th edition of All-Energy. In 2020, the event will naturally point the way to COP26 – being held at the same venue later in the year - and look at energy transition and the race to net-zero, so you should expect to see these relevant topics included in the features and discussions throughout the event.

  • Conference

    The free to attend extensive conference programme included insights and case studies from industry, government and academic experts.

    UKRI & Innovate UK events

    Innovation lies at the heart of All-Energy and runs throughout the conference programme like a golden thread.

    'Meet the Developer'

    All-Energy 2019 hosted an exclusive opportunity for buyers looking to expand their supply chain to meet with suppliers in 1-2-1 meetings.

  • The Power Club

    This invitation-only lounge was exclusively for project developers and offered a private networking experience where attendees could rub shoulders with key players from the top renewables companies in the country.

    Export Day

    All-Energy Export Day was for everyone interested to find out about how we can achieve clean energy in Scotland by 2050 and about how your business could start trading internationally.

    Research Zone

    This zone was dedicated to academic posters and presentations from eight specific programmes.

  • POWERful Women - Networking

    Lindsay McQuade, CEO, ScottishPower Renewables held a networking lunch sponsored by ScottishPower where she will also had a speech on ‘Women in Energy – having a Career Strategy.’

    Marine Renewable Workshop

    OPERA workshop (Open Sea Operating Experience to Reduce Wave Energy Cost) explored the application of the IEC Standards as well as real-world experiences from the OPERA & MET CERTIFIED Projects.

    Civic Reception & Giant Networking Evening

    This unmissable Civic Reception, Courtesy of the Rt Hon The Lord Provost of Glasgow was the networking opportunity for customers and colleagues from the renewables and low carbon energy industry.

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