14-15 May 2025
SEC, Glasgow

All-Energy 2024, the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference, and the co-located Dcarbonise held at Glasgow’s SEC on 15-16 May was a record-breaker. The aisles, conference halls/rooms and show floor theatres were packed to the proverbial gunwales with total attendance of 11,763.

What’s more, 13,432 badges were scanned as their wearers entered the 11 conference halls and rooms and our eight show floor theatres to learn from our 600+ speakers and those manning their academic posters. 

We would like to thank all our chairs, speakers and all-important sector champions for their input. Politicians, industry leaders, working engineers, and academic specialists abounded in the stellar line-up over the two days, all working, in a variety of ways, towards engineering a net zero future. 

The full conference programme encompassed all forms of renewable energy – offshore and onshore wind, solar, bioenergy, marine renewables (tidal stream and wave), hydropower (and tidal range.) Naturally, in view of the ‘Great Grid Update’ it also included grid and networks, hydrogen and energy storage; investment; the PPA market; supply chain; the circular economy in energy; future talent (including jobs, skills, and training); community and local energy; and much more. Also the Dcarbonise range of subjects – heat, transport and decarbonisation of cities/places and industry. Conference presentations can be found here and are downloadable free of charge.

What happens now? Consultations with our sector champions and with key stakeholders will take place during the autumn to determine topics ideal for coming under the conference spotlight in the main conference on 14 and 15 May 2025 (which once again will be ‘by invitation’); and our call for speakers for our show floor theatres will be published by the end of September.

We look forward to seeing you in 2025! And hearing your ideas for conference topics; and submissions for presentations long before then! 

2024 conference speakers included

Louise Kingham


Europe & Head of Country, bp

Màiri McAllan MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero and Energy,

Scottish Government

Clare Foster

Partner and Head of Clean Energy,

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

Jonathan Cole


Corio Generation

Danielle Lane


Offshore Development UK and Ireland, RWE

Prof Sir Jim McDonald

Principal, Vice Chancellor, University of

Strathclyde; President, Royal Academy of Eng.

Laura Fleming


Hitachi Energy UK and Ireland

Emma Pinchbeck


Energy UK

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