10-11 May 2023
SEC, Glasgow

Future Talent at All-Energy and Dcarbonise

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:

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NEW – the Future Talent Hub

in the innovation zone, boasting a programme of sessions focussed around attracting new and re-skilled resource & talent to power an accelerated net zero future. Highlights include

  • Panel discussion: ‘Building a career in the energy transition: opportunities and challenges’
    Moderated by Jo Reynolds, bp Gas solutions geophysicist & co-founder of bp’s Global Sustainability Network, this panel brings together future energy leaders from bp, Solisco, Wood and CIERCO who will share their experiences of building a career to help achieve net zero.  Find out what skills have helped them, and what they wish they knew when they were starting out.  The panel will also discuss what the future energy in the UK could look like, and how careers in energy might evolve.
  • Further sessions include focus on the new National Energy Skills Accelerator, the Just Transition Skills Action Plan, apprenticeships, energy careers, diversity, equity & inclusion, training, industry collaborations and more. Check out the full programme in the theatre timetable, or via the show app

The Research Zone also in the innovation zone

With posters and presentations from low carbon academic programmes across the UK.

NEW - Green Skills for a Net Zero Future demo area

The Energy Skills Partnership, in conjunction with a number of their college members, are showcasing the proactive approach colleges across Scotland are taking to support the Climate Emergency and the Just Transition to Net Zero.  Come and discuss your skills requirements, available support and see live demonstrations of the training activities colleges are offering.

Further sessions in the conference include “Offshore Wind: Supply chain and skills - Opportunities and Challenges” (14:00-15:30) and “Skills and Training: Recruiting and training the thousands of people needed” (16:00-17:30), both on Wednesday 11th May.

The Shell Eco-marathon is a global academic programme that challenges talented students to design & build cars, considering technical and behavioural factors, to  achieve game-changing energy efficiency results.

We welcome two teams this year to showcase their marathon developments on stand R41:

  • University of Strathclyde Eco-Vehicle Team
  • PrototAU from the University of Aberdeen

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