The two-day All-Energy show – at which Scottish Energy News is a UK Media Partner– is being held at the Scottish exhibition centre on May 6-7 after outgrowing its former venue in Aberdeen.
More than 400 speakers are presenting at the event, which is likely to attract several thousand visitors. The opening plenary-session speakers include:
Fergus Ewing MSP, Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism, Scottish Government
Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Strathclyde University
Benj Sykes, DONG Energy Wind Power
Ian Marchant, former SSE chief executive, and
Cllr Gordon Matheson, Leader of Glasgow Council
In addition to encompassing all sources of renewable energy generation the exhibition, the conference also considers the opportunities and challenges facing the sector – including the grid, skills, and finance and funding. It also covers carbon capture and storage; energy storage; district heating; sustainable transport and business energy efficiency.
All Energy 2015 Conference Preview Special Report
As a UK Media Partner, Scottish Energy News is preparing an All Energy Conference Preview Special Report. This will be first published on 31 March 2015 and then every day until the close of the conference in accompaniment to the daily newsletter from Scottish Energy News, helping exhibitors to leverage the maximum potential return from their investment in the event.
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