All-Energy and Dcarbonise returned to the SEC, Glasgow for its 21st anniversary – and the first fully live show since 2019. With 7,642 attendees from across the renewable and low carbon energy market in UK, France, Germany, Canada, Italy and beyond, the show lived up to its reputation of being a hub of activity – all working towards the goal of a net-zero future.
The show featured over 250 exhibitors that included industry leaders such as Shell, bp and ScottishPower, with a huge range of organisations offering advice, demonstrations and connections to help us improve energy efficiency and sustainability.
The First Minister of Scotland, Rt Hon Nicola Sturgeon MSP and Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport, Michael Matheson MSP delivered keynote speeches on consecutive days, and both toured the show. Video messages by COP26 President Alok Sharma MP, and Rt Hon Greg Hands, Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth were played in the opening day plenary session chaired by Keith Anderson, CEO of ScottishPower with speakers including Jonathan Brearley, CEO, Ofgem; David Bunch, Country Chair of Shell UK; Steve Scrimshaw, Vice President, Siemens Energy UK & Ireland; and Rachel McEwen, Chief Sustainability Officer, SSE.
Visitors were able to connect with energy industry developers, buyers, investors and policy makers in showfloor exhibits such as Meet the Developer, Innovation Zone, Hydrogen Hub, Low Carbon Transport Zone and more.
With the bp sponsored Future Talent Hub, All-Energy and Dcarbonise 2022 boasted a more youthful focus than ever before with free-to-attend sessions for both employers and candidates. This included a panel discussion which brought together future energy leaders from bp, Solisco, Wood and CIERCO.
The ever-popular Hydrogen Hub returned for 2022, featuring a Hydrogen and Energy Storage theatre by Doosan Babcock and a showcase area to demonstrate the very latest hydrogen technology on the show floor.