Welcome to All-Energy
Our goal is to connect suppliers of renewable and low carbon energy solutions and policy makers to developers, investors, buyers and a number of professionals from around the world, facilitating business and knowledge exchange right there on the show floor.
Nicola Sturgeon declared back in 2001 that Scotland will become a world leader in low carbon energy technologies, embrace social changes and reduce emissions. With this mantra in mind All-Energy was born, and since became home for the renewable and low carbon energy community.
More than just an exhibition
Here at All-Energy, we want to be more than just an exhibition. We want to be an event that inspires, creates business connections and educates. Alongside the innovations on the show floor, you’ll also have access to featured theatres with hundreds of hours of free educational programmes from world-class speakers. You can expect interactive features, networking events, workshops and other activities designed to your business needs.
We welcome professionals from a variety of sectors like hydropower, offshore/onshore wind, bioenergy, marine renewable energy and others, coming from the UK, France, Germany, China, USA, Italy, and beyond. So join us in 2022 on 11-12 May at the SEC Glasgow to connect with the community on the road to net-zero and UN’s COP26.
The renewables and low carbon community love attending All-Energy and Dcarbonise. In 2019, thousands of participants attended the event to learn from our world-class speakers via our conference sessions, show-floor theatres and academic poster presentations.
Clean energy stakeholders love coming here too! Speakers have included senior politicians, such as the First Minister of Scotland; C-suite executives from throughout the renewable and low carbon energy sectors; engineers and practitioners with practical experience from across the industries; and national and regional government officials.
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.