All-Energy, the UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference, is now scheduled to take place on May 12-13, 2021 at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC).
Scotland’s largest renewable energy and decarbonisation conference will now take place on November 4-5 following a further postponement.
Offshore wind must mimic North Sea export ‘battles’ and ‘win them on a global stage’, Orsted boss says
Orsted’s UK boss last night called on the country’s offshore wind sector to pick export “battles” like to the North Sea oil and gas industry and “win them on a global stage”.
No ‘utopian answer’ to net zero conundrum as ‘whole host of technologies’ needed, Scottish Power chief says
There is no “utopian answer” to meet the UK’s 2050 net zero goal as the solution will require a “whole host of technologies”, the boss of a utility giant has claimed.
The 2018 All-energy conference has been hailed a roaring success by the event organiser.
Shell's UK county chair Sinead Lynch, will be delivering a keynote address in the opening plenary session of All-Energy and the co-located Smart Urban Mobility Solutions (SUMS) on 2 May 2018 at Glasgow’s SEC.
The UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference attracted over 7,000 people to Glasgow earlier this month.
Brexit could be the "blank canvas" the renewable energy industry needs to move forward with renewed purpose, according to a leading Scottish academic.
As a result of environmental regulation, consenting authorities must consider the environmental impacts of marine renewable energy projects before granting consent.
Norwegian tidal firm Tidetec has won £10,000 worth of support after impressing judges at the All Energy conference in Glasgow.
The Renewable Energy Association has set out its vision for the UK's progress in 'clean technology' post Brexit.
Scotrenewables claim to have reached a tidal industry record.
Offshore wind is a real UK success story and is helping us to build a world-leading, low cost, low carbon power system that will ensure the UK economy can decarbonise whilst remaining internationally competitive.
Similarities between the UK and Taiwan might be few and far between but the Asian island is looking to Scotland for renewable energy inspiration.
The controlled production of brine from rocks deep beneath the North Sea can greatly increase the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) that can be injected for storage, new research claims.
Peterhead is ready for North Sea decommissioning, according to one entrepreneur.
Launched in 2015, the Biorefinery Roadmap for Scotland set out a plan for biorefining to contribute to growing the industrial biotechnology (IB) sector in Scotland from £189M in 2012 to £900M by 2025, as laid out in the Scottish Government’s National Plan for Industrial Biotechnology.
Just over half of organisations surveyed believe the Scottish Government's 'all energy' 2030 target is achievable.
Calls have been made for a "Scottish wind power revolution" as the UK's largest renewable energy event gets under way in Glasgow.
Renewable energy projects are fighting off tricky market conditions and political uncertainty, according to Burness Paull.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed that £43million is to be invested in low carbon infrastructure around Scotland.
As I travel to All-Energy this year, my expectations are high. I expect there to be a real buzz around the event, especially the sessions in relation to offshore wind. This is a sector which is on the cusp of material growth.
Engineering consultancy Xodus Group has formed a partnership with Orkney based Green Marine to launch a new combined service for the maintenance of offshore renewable assets.
As key members of the offshore wind industry gather in Glasgow this week for the All-Energy Conference, there should be plenty of grounds for optimism. The industry is already delivering on its promises. By 2020 our sector will have delivered 10GW of installed capacity, providing clean and green electricity for 8 million homes. Over £30 billion of private sector capital will have been deployed, supporting thousands of high quality jobs and creating economic activity and opportunity in industrial towns and coastal communities around the country.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) is to explore how oil and gas skills and knowledge could help shape the future of the Scotland's renewables sector.