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18 August 2021 - 19 August 2021
All-Energy isn’t just a conference and exhibition though. It strives to be the place to be for the discerning energy professional. The group hosts monthly webinars on the hottest topics, including offshore and onshore wind, solar, energy storage, hydrogen, community and local energy and more – featuring world class speakers from renowned organisations and bodies. All past webinars are also available on-demand, straight from the content hub. This is where the group also keeps the net-zero conversation going through insightful blog posts, speaker presentations, industry insights, news updates and more. The co-located Dcarbonise has low carbon heating, energy efficiency and low carbon transport as its three pillars.
Reed Exhibitions Limited has announced that All-Energy, the UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference - and the co-located Dcarbonise - will now take place on Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 August 2021 at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC).
This three-month postponement from May to August means that the event now coincides with the end of Scottish school holidays and is a perfect stepping stone to COP26, being held at SEC in early November.
All roads lead to Glasgow in 2021, and All-Energy is excited to be firmly placed as the precursor to such an important global summit, where major policy and investment decisions are expected to be formalised. The event kicks off the season as the all-important platform for stakeholders across the public and private sector to showcase innovation, technology, and progressive strategies.
The date change also ensures that SEC has time to get back to ‘business as normal’, after its invaluable use as NHS Louisa Jordan.
All-Energy/Dcarbonise will continue to provide cutting-edge virtual engagement during the run-up to the show in August. 26 online sessions were held between May and November 2020 when All-Energy held its ‘Virtual Summit’ with Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon and Energy Minister, Paul Wheelhouse amongst those taking part; and attracted nearly 15,650 registrations. Well over 11,000 have attended either ‘on the day’ or ‘on-demand’.