Scores of UK energy suppliers are set to showcase their services – and to launch new products – in Scotland next month at All Energy, being held for the first time in Glasgow at the Scottish exhibition centre.
Glasgow is experiencing an extraordinary transition – from being the very centre of the global Industrial Revolution to its emergence as a world-leading low carbon smart city. 2015 is the 250th anniversary of James Watts’ ‘eureka moment’ when he conceived of the separate condenser to the steam engine as he walked across Glasgow Green – and changed the course of modern history.
Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing is the keynote speaker, while Ian Marchant, former chief of Perth-based SSE, and Dong wind power chief Benj Sykes are also due to speak.
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AC Gold will be featuring the Värmebaronen range of biomass boilers.
Acodaq (Applied Concepts in Data Acquisition) will be will be showcasing their services as developers of bespoke monitoring and control systems.
Atmos Consulting will be featuring ornithology for onshore wind, and community hydro.
BSG Ecology – which recently opened a new office in Glasgow – will be demonstrating the use of their thermal imaging cameras.
Capula plan to showcase their as-yet-unnamed windfarm performance monitoring tool.
Scottish Gas brand-owner Centrica will launch its new Contract for Difference PPA offering
Dulas will focus on the launch of their new ZephIR partnership for rental lidars.
Edina UK will feature a model of their engines which are used to generate power from biogas or other gases.
Energy Diagnostics will demonstrate its novel battery technology
Green Acorn is launching a new battery storage modelling system.
Kingspan Wind will feature small scale wind turbines
Leask Marine will feature its newest offshore supply-chain vessel, MV C-Odyssey, by means of a model
Registers of Scotland (RoS) has a selection of new planning products for those involved in the renewables sector.
The Renewable Energy Association will be putting on three bioenergy sessions, focusing on biomass, biogas and biofuels and energy from waste. The biomass session will be chaired by REA policy analyst Frank Aaskov and will focus on the domestic RHI, biomass boilers and quality in the biomass heat industry which has seen a boost this year with DECC’s latest figures showing that over 20,000 domestic RHI installations have been issued.
Senvion will launch its 3.4M114 turbine on a new hub height of 76 metres to meet the requirements of the UK market, and:
Sunamp will debut a model of the SunampStack – its innovative heat energy storage battery.