14-15 May 2025
SEC, Glasgow

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What happened at All-Energy & Dcarbonise 2024

Here at All-Energy and Dcarbonise, we made sure we talked about the topics affecting the industry at that time and into the future. We tackled policy, planning, and strategy, assessed our challenges and opportunities, and took a deep look into past case studies to understand how we could make positive strides towards achieving net-zero. We aimed to be inspiring, innovative, and a beacon of fresh ideas — and we urged our attendees to join actively the conversation. Attendees explored the unique feature areas on the showfloor, including the Future Talent Hub, Hydrogen Hub, Battery Energy Storage Hub, and more!​ 


Dcarbonise was dedicated to helping you improve energy efficiency and decrease costs for the built environment and transport solutions. If you were a private sector landlord with a larger property portfolio, from a local authority, commercial business, an architect or designer, Dcarbonise provided you with the help and guidance as well as access to the wider supply chain and trade bodies. 

Main Conference Programme

Politicians, industry leaders, working engineers, and academic specialists abounded in the stellar line-up of some 600+ speakers over the two days. ​Our conference topics ranged from offshore wind (and all other forms of renewable energy), hydrogen and energy storage, finance and funding, to community and local energy, purchase power agreements to future talent and the supply chain, and to Dcarbonise’s range of subjects (decarbonising the built environment, heat, cities/places, industry – including CCS, and transport). ​ 

Showfloor Theatres Programme

Our 8 showfloor theatres were devoted to Offshore Wind, Marine Renewables, Community & Local Energy, Hydrogen and Energy Storage, Innovation and Future Talent, Transport, Heat, and Built Environment Decarbonisation. 

Feature Areas

Trusted show features and the latest content to help you benefit from the important free learning included the Hydrogen Hub, Battery Energy Storage Hub, Low Carbon Transport Zone, Expanded Future Talent Hub including the Green Skills Zone, the Future Talent Theatre, and the Green Jobs Board & Interview Lounge.​ 

Network & Recharge at All-EnergySocial

Our visitors and exhibitors had the opportunity to network and socialise at All-Energy and Dcarbonise with the industry by attending an array of events across the two days of the show. All attendees networked and reminisced with industry peers and got the chance to attend the Giant Networking Evening and the Civic Reception on the last day of the event. 

Glasgow Climate Week 2024​

Glasgow Climate Week was a COP26 legacy event and would now become an annual event. It was announced in late May by Councillor Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council who explained: “I’m delighted to say that next year – and we hope for several years after – we’ll be staging partner events around All-Energy, extending its reach into the city. Timed neatly midway between COPs, the new Glasgow Climate Week will be a staging post and focal point for our shared progress towards our net zero goals.”​ 

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