All-Energy & Dcarbonise Webinar Series

  • We know you were looking forward to All-Energy and Dcarbonise 2020 on their original May dates (we certainly were). So, to hit that energy transition and climate change sweet spot, we have been working hard in the background to deliver a world class programme of webinars – delivered to you each month.

    We are kicking off the series on our original 13-14 May dates.
    Enjoy our webinars with world-class speakers, each sharing their insights, case studies, best practice and more – answering your burning questions on how we can achieve a sustainable future.

    Join us live each day for the sessions. All sessions will remain on demand.

    Check out the programme

  • Wednesday 13th May.
    11:00-12:30 BST

    In this session, industry luminaries provide their far-ranging views on this all-important topic. They touch on the effect of COVID-19 on immediate plans, COP 26 aims and steps to be taken that show real progress before the summit is held; recommendations to governments; economic impact; and the view of citizens of the UK including those of young people

    Introduced by Judith Patten MBE, Project Director, All-Energy and Dcarbonise, and co-creator of All-Energy

    Chris Stark, CEO of the Committee on Climate Change
    Keith Anderson, CEO, ScottishPower
    Professor Karen Turner, Director, Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde and a Just Transition Commissioner with a presentation – ‘Ensuring prosperity in the race to Net Zero: the challenge of balancing industrial decarbonisation and the ‘Just Transition’’
    Rebecca Willis, Professor in Practice, Lancaster Environment Centre; Expert Lead for Climate Assembly UK, the national citizens’ assembly on climate change

    Watch on demand

  • Wednesday 13th May.
    15:30-17:00 BST

    Our industry is a critical part of our UK and global response to climate change. The UK is a world leader in offshore wind, and we are seeing rapid expansion across the globe. But in the midst of a global pandemic, how does our industry prioritise and stay on the path to low carbon growth. We brought together leading figures from across our industry to talk about the continued opportunity for offshore wind and reflect on what our changed environment means for our businesses.

    Chair: Maf Smith, Director, Lumen Energy & Environment

    Jonathan Cole, Managing Director, Iberdrola Global Offshore Wind Business
    Mary Thorogood, Senior Specialist, Strategy, Business Development and Government Relations, MHI Vestas Offshore Wind
    Benj Sykes, Vice President, UK Offshore. Head of UK Market Development, Consenting & External Affairs, Ørsted and Industry Chair, OWIC
    Christina Horspool, Environment Division Manager, Xodus Group
    Morris Bray, Senior Business Development Manager, National Grid Ventures

    Watch On Demand

  • Thursday 14th May.
    10:00-11:30 BST

    Sponsored by The Scottish Government
    Decarbonising heat – meaning reducing and eliminating the greenhouse gases emitted during its generation and use – is essential to tackling climate change. Our panel of experts will be looking at policy; low carbon heat in general and heat networks/district heating at home (UK-wide and Glasgow’s Queens Quay Project in particular) and abroad.

    Topics that may come under the spotlight include:

    • Low emission towns and cities: What’s needed to deliver cleaner air and economic growth?
    • Stimulating a sustainable recovery post COVID-19 is great, but what’s needed now to make it happen?

    Chair: Dr Keith MacLean OBE, Managing Director, Providence Policy

    Gareth Fenney, Head of Heat Strategy Unit, The Scottish Government
    Nick Gosling, Group Sales and Strategy Director, Vital Energi
    Dave Pearson, Director, Star Renewable Energy
    Morten Jordt Duedahl, Business Development Manager, Danish Board of District Heating (DBDH)

    Watch on Demand

  • Thursday 14th May.
    14:00-15:30 BST

    Hydrogen: Scaling Up Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
    Scotland has set a target for Net Zero by 2045, with hydrogen featuring in plans for rapid decarbonisation of heat, industry, and heavy duty transport. We will hear about progress with transport fuel cell applications from Nicolas Pocard, and with hydrogen for heat from Mark Crowther. This will be complemented by insights from  Mirela Atanasiu and Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson on the priorities for post-COVID economic recovery, and the opportunity to pivot towards sustainable energy and transport solutions not just in Scotland but also UK and Europe.

    Chair: Nigel Holmes, CEO, Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA)

    Economic recovery with Clean Hydrogen & Fuel Cells - Mirela Atanasiu, Head of Unit at Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU), European Commission
    Fuel cell bus & truck powertrain trends - Nicolas Pocard, Director Marketing, Ballard Power Systems
    COVID-19 impacts and opportunities - Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson, Principal Consultant, Advisian
    Building the UK’s first 100% hydrogen network with H100 - Mark Crowther, Technical Director, Kiwa

    Watch on Demand