10-11 May 2023
SEC, Glasgow

About All-Energy

The meeting place for the renewable and low carbon energy community

At All-Energy and Dcarbonise, everyone belongs. We cultivate a culture of inclusion at all our events, where the very things that make each of us unique are celebrated. Our exhibitors, attendees, partners and event colleagues are people from a wide variety of backgrounds, who make our shows stronger and our collective experience richer.

Welcome to All-Energy

Our goal is to connect suppliers of renewable and low carbon energy solutions and policy makers to developers, investors, buyers and a number of professionals from around the world, facilitating business and knowledge exchange right there on the show floor.

Nicola Sturgeon declared back in 2001 that Scotland will become a world leader in low carbon energy technologies, embrace social changes and reduce emissions. With this mantra in mind All-Energy was born, and since became home for the renewable and low carbon energy community.

More than just an exhibition

Here at All-Energy we want to be more than just an exhibition. We want to be an event that inspires, create business connections and educates. Alongside the innovations on the show floor, you’ll also have access to featured theatres with hundreds of hours of free educational programmes from world-class speakers. You can expect interactive features, networking events, workshops and other activities designed to your business needs.

We welcome professionals from a variety of sectors like hydropower, offshore/onshore wind, bioenergy, marine renewable energy and others, coming from the UK, France, Germany, China, USA, Italy, and beyond. So join us in 2022 on 11-12 May at the SEC Glasgow to connect with the community on the road to net zero and UN’s COP26.

Why Scotland?

Why Scotland? Because the Scottish Government has set itself a legally binding target to cut greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2045, five years ahead of the date set for the UK as a whole. Scotland’s milestone targets also include emissions from aviation and shipping. They are also hosting the UN’s COP26 at Glasgow’s SEC in November 2021

Committed to supporting the low carbon and renewables sector, Scotland views it as vital to the country’s long-term success. By the end of 2020 the government’s aim is to have the equivalent of 100% of the country’s electricity demand coming from renewable sources (it was 90.1% in 2019 – compared with only 27.2% in 2009). Renewable energy is Scotland's main source of electricity and is playing a leading role in tackling climate change. Policy, strategy and technology are all covered in the All-Energy conference with solution-providing technology at the forefront of the major exhibition. 

All-Energy 2019 in numbers

250 Suppliers
8000 Attendees
140 Conference content
600 World-class speakers

Sustainable Development Goals & All-Energy

The SDGs were adopted by 193 states at the United Nations in September 2015. The 17 goals and 169 targets aim to stimulate action in areas of critical importance to humanity and the environment. RELX is a dedicated signatory of the UN Global Compact which uses the SDGs to chart business participation in achieving these aims.

As part of Reed Exhibitions, a division of RELX group, All-Energy strives to uphold and contribute towards the sustainable development goals. We contribute to the SDG Resource Centre showcasing the latest information generated throughout our event. The aim is to support the UN in implementing the SDGs and to broaden awareness and understanding of the SDGS for our customers, governments, researchers, companies, NGOs and individuals.

Visit All-Energy

Network with the community and learn from experts at both our live and virtual events. Whatever your objective us, we provide the platform.

Exhibit with us

Discover what you could achieve by showcasing your solutions to the renewable and low carbon energy industry. We will guide you step by step.