ALL-ENERGY 2011, the UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition and conference, is set to beat all prior records.
The organisers report that registrations for the 11th annual Aberdeen show, on May 18-19, are pouring in.
Last year 7,000 from 55 countries braved the aftermath of volcanic ash to join the renewables industry at the annual gathering in Europe’s energy capital.
This year’s event promises to be even bigger. At a time of global impetus in the renewable energy world, the sector is one where new developments and initiatives are announced on a daily basis.
Currently only 75sq m remains unsold of a total of 6,000sq m exhibition space. Exhibitors from 18 countries are booked to date: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, the UK and the US.
That’s two more countries than in 2010, when 450 exhibitors from 16 countries filled 5,000sq m.
All-Energy mainstay and project director, Judith Patten, said: “The All-Energy 2011 conference promises to be the best yet, with incredible scope and range in its seven parallel sessions. The conference page on the event’s website at www.all-energy.co.uk shows what is happening when.
“We can certainly assure people that it will address all the key issues of interest to the renewables industry as a whole, and each and every sector.”
There are sessions devoted to every source of renewables: on and offshore wind; wave and tidal, bioenergy, hydropower, hydrogen and fuel cells, microgeneration, finance, and the challenges and opportunities surrounding this rapidly expanding industry.
Energy is the official publication for All Energy and will be running a special show edition.