Reuniting for the first time after COP26, All-Energy and Dcarbonise 2022 saw thousands congregate at the SEC, Glasgow – the hub of renewable energy and decarbonisation. Over 575 speakers featured at the event, with Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon MSP, opening the show. She was joined UK Energy Minister Greg Hands MP as well as Michael Matheson MSP at other points during the conference.

Some of the industry’s biggest leaders were also present, including Keith Anderson, CEO of Scottish Power, David Bunch, Country Chair of Shell UK and Jonathon Brearly, CEO of Ofgem.

All forms of renewable energy were covered as well as energy systems, energy integration and transition, hydrogen, the grid and networks, energy storage, finance and funding, community and local energy and much more. Dcarbonise and its sessions, Supported by the Scottish Government and Energy Saving Trust, is aimed at the end-user, and has lowering carbon impact to improve sustainability at its heart, with the focus on the built environment in general and heat decarbonisation in particular.

The Call for Papers for All-Energy and the second Dcarbonise 2023 will open by mid-October 2022, and close just before the festive break in December. We will invite you to put forward your idea(s) for presentations for all of the topics we covered in 2022 and also ask you to think of new ideas for complete sessions, panel discussions or that must be included under one of our headings – all with the common factor of driving down carbon emissions and ensuring we engineer a net zero future together. So, start thinking about ideas, project(s) or research that you will like to present.

Speakers in 2022 included..

Nicola Sturgeon MSP

The First Minister of Scotland

Jenny Gilruth MSP

Transport Minister

Keith Anderson



David Bunch

Country Chair

Shell UK

Professor Sir Jim McDonald

Principal and Vice Chancellor

Strathclyde University

Chris Stark


Climate Change Committee

Lindsay McQuade


ScottishPower Renewables

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