14-15 May 2025
SEC, Glasgow

2024 Conference Tracks

Explore the star-studded conference programme featuring a wide range of discussions that focus on Offshore Wind, Marine Renewables, Energy Storage, Solar Skills Research, Grid and Networks, Finance and Funding and many more.

Plenary sessions

What a stellar line-up we have for you, make sure to add it to your personalised agenda.  Far ranging and with the strong message ‘Deliver now at speed and at scale’ on Day1 and Day 2 ministerial keynote address and followed by The Great Grid Upgrade with ‘Delivering a net zero electricity system – how do we build a supply chain?’ with outstanding panellists.

Lunchtime conversation - Professor Sir Jim McDonald and Sir Ian Wood’s fireside chat

What a conversation this is going to be! Two proud Scotsmen with long and auspicious careers. Sir Jim, Principal and Vice Chancellor of Strathclyde University and President of the RAE; and Sir Ian renowned for creating The Wood Group and now Chair of ETZ Ltd. 

Offshore Wind

Five compelling 90-minute sessions in this Shepherd ad Wedderburn-sponsored conference stream bring ambition, cooperation, FLOW, Scottish Government capabilities and ports to the fore. Drop into the show floor theatre and plus investment (The Bear and the Butterfly) and PPAs on 15th.

Onshore Wind

Onshore Wind Sector Deal progress; ‘Delivering nature positive development’ plus community benefit/shared ownership; supply chain; skills; PPAs and circularity - a rich diet indeed!  


Marine renewables

The perfect combo - UKMEC’s view on ‘Where, when and why is the UK leading our ocean energy future’; Supergen ORE Hub ‘Accelerating ORE to 2040: Tackling the key challenges’ and Team Scotland’s ‘Watts in the water in Scotland’.


The dedicated H2 sessions share an overall title ‘The Hydrogen Transition: Now, Next and Then’ with each 90-minute session concentrating on a specific time-scale.  Explore topics like ‘Hydrogen Developments’ and ‘Sustainable Hydrogen Production’ at the Hydrogen & Energy Storage Theatre while engaging with experts.

Energy Storage

Two dedicated energy storage sessions mix and meld BESS; liquid flow batteries; PSH; thermal energy storage; pioneering innovations; getting projects off the ground and implemented and more.


Solar PV and thermal

Thanks to Solar Energy UK for two compelling sessions, one on solar skills research with a discussion on skills and the workforce; and supply chain with a panel on recycling (aptly followed by ZWS’s view)


Energy Systems

Does the UK use an appropriate systems approach to inform policy and investment decisions? What’s your view? Join Paul Dodds, Matthew Knight, Andy Brooks, and Ragne Low and take part in the discussion sharing your thoughts using the All-Energy App incorporating sli.do


Back-to-back sessions look at ‘What next for Biomass power?’; Energy from Waste and Delivering Net Zero’; and Bioenergy in heat and transport: Decarbonising hard to treat sectors.

Transport decarbonisation

The challenges and opportunities of ensuring the correct energy infrastructure for HGV vehicles comes under the spotlight set against reflections on progress in light vehicle charging.

Heat decarbonisation

The show floor theatre is in operation on both days and features sessions from the Scottish Government on ‘Heat in Buildings Strategy Overview’; Scottish Enterprise presenting on ‘Going underground: Unlocking the potential of geothermal minewater in Scotland’ to a Panel Discussion with HeatSource, and so much more! Over 20 presentations in the theatre as well as those conference sessions should inspire you!

Built environment decarbonisation

The built environment content in Dcarbonise encompasses our heat sessions; and those in which heat plays an integral part; and also, the two sessions looking particularly at cities/places. Check out all listed under ‘Heat’ to get a real picture of this ‘hard to treat’ sector.


Future Talent (jobs, skills)

Check out the Future Talent Zone with its theatre and exhibits - and join the conference for sessions devoted to Solar skills; Grid and network skills; Jobs and skills for Energy Transition; and hunt out speakers with H2 training and skills; Onshore wind sector deal skills analysis; industry decarbonisation skills, and more.

Grid and networks

The massive targets set for The Great Grid Update see more sessions than ever before on every aspect from the creation of NESO to community benefits for transmission infrastructure, connections to supply chain and skills; offshore wind targets to – all combining to demonstrate that grid and networks are indeed the keys to the energy transition.

Industry decarbonisation including CCS /CCUS

Four compelling sessions; two led by UKRI, one by NECCUS and the fourth by Strathclyde University’s Centre for Energy Policy providing a challenges and opportunities overview.



Cities/places decarbonisation

Maps, money and multiple benefits: City scale decarbonisation’, surely the most intriguing of all titles this year, is sponsored by Shepherd and Wedderburn. Glasgow Climate Week includes quick fire presentations by Sustainable Glasgow; and Innovate UK’s £600m Net Zero Living programme complete the line-up.

Finance and funding

Creating long term value for big industry and innovative start-ups as they engage is a challenge. Hear Greenbackers and their theme ‘The Bear and the Butterfly’; and make sure not to miss a superb panel discussion involving Amazon as a dedicated PPA user.

Climate tech

Sessions bringing together ministerial and executive level stakeholders from the UK and overseas to accelerate the development and use of clean energy solutions. Two or three sessions link strongly to climate tech –in practice most of the show feature it! There’s ‘Glasgow City Innovation District: The rise and challenges of climate tech businesses’; Shephard and Wedderburn’s ‘Innovation in Clean Tech: How are we shaping the future’; with ‘The Bear and the Butterfly’ looking at essential investment.

Supply chain

Talented organisations who’ve taken advantage of all that’s on offer feature in Scottish Renewables’ Annual Supply Chain Impact Statement, and on-stage while two Day 2’s sessions look at challenges/opportunities to come.

Hydropower and Tidal Range

BHA has long contributed a thought-provoking hydro session to All-Energy’s conference this time PSH is very much in the spotlight; and followed by the first-ever session on Tidal Range.


Community and local energy

Three not to be missed sessions shed light on community involvement/benefits – ‘Community benefits for transmission infrastructure; ‘Community benefit/ shared ownership – community commitments in the Onshore Wind Sector Deal and Community ownership – (heat, electricity, shared ownership) – working towards the 2GW by 2030 target

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