14-15 May 2025
SEC, Glasgow

Day 1 Timings

Over the two day event, All-Energy will host a series of 1-2-1 ‘speed dating’ meetings in the showfloor meet the developer lounge. It’s where you can literally ‘Meet the Developers’ looking to expand their supply chains; and also seek 1-2-1 advice from companies offering to share their experiences so you can mirror their latest achievement. We have a range of owner/operators of energy projects and devices looking to work with you so check out the times they are available below; 

Wednesday 15th May

11:00-12:45 Cierco – Miriam Noonan, Commercial Manager; Alex Gauntt, Supply Chain Director 

Cierco is an independent renewable energy project development company established in 2001 with a simple goal to engage in the field of offshore floating wind power and to drive technologies and projects to reach costs levels competitive with those of conventional power.  With a portfolio of test and demonstration projects including the Cademo project in California, the Llŷr Wind project in the Celtic Sea and the Forthwind Project in Scotland, Cierco is looking to take floating offshore wind, through a stepwise process, increasing project size to full scale commercial development proposals by 2030.

13:00-15:00 bp, Ricky Gray, Supply Chain Development Manager, Morven, Mona and Morgan Offshore Wind 


bp and EnBW have been awarded a lease option off the east coast of Scotland to develop a major offshore wind project — to be known as Morven. The award was made in the highly competitive ScotWind leasing round.

The approximately 860km2 lease is located around 60km off the coast of Aberdeen. The E1 lease is in an advantaged area, allowing the partners to develop it as a fixed-bottom offshore wind project with a total generating capacity of around 2.9 gigawatts (GW), sufficient to power more than three million homes.

As a result of the successful ScotWind bid, the partners will establish their operational centre in Scotland, and bp will make Aberdeen its global operations and maintenance centre of excellence for offshore wind, creating up to 120 new direct jobs.  It is expected to contribute up to £40 million per year to the economy.

The offshore wind development will include investments in infrastructure, ports, harbours and shipyards, including the construction of four ships to support EnBW and bp’s offshore wind projects across the UK, subject to technical and commercial due diligence. These new-builds will involve an investment of more than £100m and would be expected to support 500 associated jobs. It also triggers additional investment in Forth Ports, who are creating Scotland’s largest renewable hub at the Port of Leith, supporting up to 3,000 direct and indirect jobs in the Forth Estuary net zero corridor.

Mona and Morgan

bp and EnBW are jointly developing the Morgan and Mona offshore wind developments in the Irish Sea. When complete, Morgan and Mona will have a combined potential generating capacity of 3GW, sufficient to power the equivalent of approximately 3.4 million UK households with clean electricity. They are approximately 300km² and 500km² in size respectively, are located approximately 30km from the coast, and in average water depths of around 35m.

This marked bp’s entry into the UK’s offshore wind power sector, currently the largest in the world, and was further progress towards bp rapidly building a world-class wind energy business. EnBW currently has onshore wind assets in Germany, France and Sweden and operates four offshore wind assets in the German Baltic Sea and North Sea.  

13:00-15:00 and 15:45-17:30 Thistle Wind Partners - Gavin Mackay, Supply Chain Manager

Thistle Wind Partners (TWP) was founded in 2020 by DEME Concessions, Qair and Aspiravi and is dedicated to developing offshore wind farms in Scotland. Operating from offices in Edinburgh, TWP is developing two pioneering projects after successfully securing rights to almost 400km2 of seabed under the ScotWind leasing round in 2022. Currently in development are the Ayre Offshore Wind Farm, a 1GW floating-foundation project located 33km to the east of Orkney, and the Bowdun Offshore Wind Farm, a 1GW fixed-foundation project lying 44km off the coast of Aberdeenshire. TWP is committed to developing a local supply chain in Scotland and contributing to a ScotWind legacy of large-scale renewables build-out in Scotland. In developing its two offshore wind sites, TWP will take a technology-neutral approach to procurement, considering offerings from market entrants and SMEs.


If you are interested in booking a meeting with any of our developers please send an email with the following information to Carlos Fernandes [email protected]             

Please ensure you provide the following information: 

*the times the developers are available are indicated already so you will need to ensure you are free for their entire timeslot before you are allocated a more precise time 

NB: meetings are confirmed at the developers' discretion and dependent on level of demand, an exact time will be confirmed with a member of our team once all the above has been approved.