Here at All-Energy and Dcarbonise, we want to make sure we are talking about the topics affecting the industry now and into the future. We want to tackle policy, planning and strategy, asses our challenges and opportunities, and take a deep look into past case studies to understand how we can make positive strides towards achieving net-zero. We aim to be inspiring, innovative and a beacon of fresh ideas — and we want you to join the conversation.
What to expect from All-Energy & Dcarbonise
Dcarbonise is dedicated to helping you improve energy efficiency and decrease costs for the built environment and transport solutions. If you are a private sector landlord with a larger property portfolio, from a local authority, commercial business, an architect or designer Dcarbonise can provide you with the help and guidance as well as access to the wider supply chain and trade bodies.
Over 600 speakers taking part in the All-Energy and Dcarbonise conference programmes and on hand in the academic poster area. Renewable and low carbon energy generation lies at the heart of the All-Energy & Dcarbonise conference along with vital ‘pillars’ such as energy systems; transmission and networks; hydrogen; energy storage; finance and funding; corporate PPAs and innovation.
Future Talent Hub
Future Talent is hugely important to all of us as we strive towards meeting our Net Zero ambitions. As such, this year boasts more youthful focus than ever before with free-to-attend sessions for both employers and candidates.
Meet the Developer
All-Energy 2022 will be hosting, once again, this popular feature exclusively for exhibitors in a dedicated area of the Power Club. An exclusive 'speed dating' opportunity for buyers looking to expand their supply chain to meet with suppliers for 1-2-1 meetings.
Upgrade to a Gold Badge to take part
The Power Club is a space on the show floor where invited guests and Gold Badge holders have access to an exclusive lounge. The area is ideal for a ‘business break’, where you can find a comfortable work and networking place.
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Introducing Business Energy Scotland
Business Energy Scotland, funded by the Scottish Government, provide free, impartial support and access to funding to help SMEs save energy, carbon and money. Advisers will be on hand at Dcarbonise in the Scottish Government and Energy Saving Trust area to help SMEs take vital first steps towards net zero. Swing by for presentations on topics such as X-tendo, as well as an introduction to Business Energy Scotland at a late afternoon reception.
Explore the key themes of innovation, investment, future talent, academic innovation, and research in the Innovation Zone, also featuring the Innovation Theatre. Your opportunity to learn what’s new and upcoming in the industry.
The popular Hydrogen Hub will be back again in 2022 featuring a Hydrogen and Energy Storage showfloor theatre sponsored by Doosan Babcock and showcase area to demonstrate the very latest hydrogen technology on the show floor.
Join us in the Research Hub, home to academic posters and presentations from key organisations involved in renewable energy in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland. The Research Hub features a presentation theatre with a rolling programme over the two days.
Low Carbon Transport Zone
You can’t miss the Low Carbon Transport Zone, now with a brand new theatre sponsored by Shell. Swing by to see the latest EV tech and charging infrastructure from a variety of manufacturers. See the Kia EV6, BMW iX, Honda e, VW ID4 and more parked up right there on the show floor for you to explore.
Civic Reception and Giant Networking Evening Sponsored by Siemens Energy
The unmissable event that brings visitors and exhibitors together to network The Civic Reception, courtesy of The Rt Hon Lord Provost of Glasgow, and Giant Networking Evening sees well over a thousand gather together at the Glasgow Science Centre just a short stroll over the River Clyde from the SEC.
This is the FREE to attend reception and all exhibitors, visitors and members of the press welcome.
11 May – 18:00
Arnold Clark Electric Car Showroom
Arnold Clark is proud to showcase the future of transportation with its Electric Car Showroom at the All-Energy Conference 2022. With a number of product geniuses on hand to answer all of the visitors’ questions on alternative fuel vehicles and exciting new car technology, attendees will also be able to see the vehicles first-hand and book a test drive for a later date. Meanwhile, you can also get advice on EV solutions and finance options to suit the needs of your business.
Green Skills For a Net Zero Future
Energy Skills Partnership, in conjunction with a number of its college members are showcasing the proactive approach colleges across Scotland are taking to support the Climate Emergency and the Just Transition to Net Zero. ESP work with colleges, government, agencies and industry to develop and deliver the capability, capacity and curriculum to support skills for the Energy Transition, Transport, Engineering and Manufacture, Construction and Energy Efficiency. Visit the area to discuss your skills requirements, available support and see live demonstrations of the training activities colleges are offering
Community and Local Energy Theatre
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and Local Energy Scotland welcome you to this year’s Community and Local Energy Seminar Theatre on 11 May. Pop along to the theatre on the exhibition show floor for an exciting full-day programme with over 20 speakers. Key themes include finance & funding, islands, local energy systems, hydrogen and support for community & local energy projects. Networking will continue at the HIE drinks reception.
Offshore Wind Theatre
The Offshore Wind Seminar Theatre (11 May, 10:30-17:00, sponsored by Shepherd and Wedderburn) lies at the very heart of the exhibition and will be, as always, a key element of the show. Its programme complements five packed offshore wind conference sessions in the main conference on licensing rounds, supply chain, offshore transmission and floating wind, looking primarily at innovative solutions of all kinds.
Marine Energy Theatre
Following a day-long programme in the main conference on day 1 the show floor theatre, sponsored by Shepherd and Wedderburn, will be abuzz on 12 May with quick-fire presentations between 10:30 and 15:30 largely on technology developments. At 12:30-14:00 it will be the turn of the European Marine Energy Centre leading the 90-minute ‘Ocean energy updates from EMEC and friends’ session.
Hydrogen & Energy Storage Theatre
Doosan Babcock welcomes you to Hydrogen and Energy Storage Theatre. Both hydrogen and energy storage feature prominently on the main conference programme (and in many sector-specific sessions). Here the 40+ presentations will be given over the two days, including ‘Hydrogen updates from EMEC and friends’ on day 2, an exciting quick-fire session with a host of presentations packed into 90 minutes.
The Innovation Theatre
All-Energy has long had a close association with UKRI, Innovate UK and KTN. The Innovate UK stand will showcase exciting innovations and offer a hub to network and collaborate with industry experts. “Together, we can provide the connections to create, develop and produce smart solutions for sustainable economic growth.” Alongside this The Innovation Theatre will open on the show floor on 12 May.
Transport Decarbonisation Theatre
The Shell-sponsored Transport Decarbonisation Theatre is set to be busy and buzzing following an introductory conference session featuring keynote addresses by Scotland’s Transport Minister Jenny Gilruth MSP and David Bunch, Country Chair, Shell UK. Sited amongst low carbon vehicles, drop in to hear about low carbon vehicles of all types and the necessary infrastructure. Be sure to watch out for the 60-minute EMEC Hydrogen and low carbon aviation session on day 1.
Heat Decarbonisation Theatre
Two scene-setting sessions in the main conference are complemented by the Heat Decarbonisation Theatre right at the front of Dcarbonise. Nearly 40 presentations are planned over the two days, embracing all forms of low carbon heat for residential, non-residential and use in industry, including hydrogen, heat pumps, district heating/heating networks, geothermal and mine water heat.
Built Environment Decarbonisation Theatre
In addition to a scene-setting conference programme the Built Environment Decarbonisation show floor theatre in Dcarbonise is where to come to learn about energy efficient buildings – both residential and non-residential. It complements the expert advice available throughout the two days from the Energy Saving Trust’s experts in business and residential energy efficiency.
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