Scotland's largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference has appointed a new director to head up the event in 2020.
If you’ve read the report by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) entitled “Net Zero: The UK’s contribution to stopping global warming” then I hope you’re both as impressed with it as I am, but also horrified.
All-Energy 2019 saw a 12% attendance increase on the previous year, attracting an overall turnout of 7,871.
Glasgow has pledged to become the first carbon neutral city in the UK.
Aberdeen’s new £333million conference centre will “without question” boost hotels hit by the oil downturn, according to its managing director.
The All-Energy conference is unlikely to return to Aberdeen by 2020, event organisers have said.
According to a recent report by Imperial College London, Britain’s windfarms provided more electricity than its nuclear power stations in the first quarter of 2018. This was reported in the news as the first time wind had overtaken nuclear over a three month period.
The 2018 All-energy conference has been hailed a roaring success by the event organiser.
The 2018 All-energy conference has been hailed as a roaring success by both organisers and spectators alike.
The First Minister has announced a £54.5million fund to help tackle fuel poverty in Scotland.
The UK’s biggest annual renewable energy event gets under way in Glasgow today.
Green finance has been a hot topic over the last few years. Although opinions differ as to exactly what sort of financial activity falls into this sphere, generally any provision of debt or equity funding to take forward a project or product that is expected to reap an environmental benefit could be said to be green finance. Financing of renewable energy projects and climate change mitigation initiatives are usually referred to as key aspects of green finance.
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.
The five finalists in the All-Energy Marine Renewable Energy Investment Challenge have been announced.
The former shadow energy minister and chief executive of the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) said scrutiny "should be embraced" by those working across different power sources.
The number of project finance deals reported last year dropped by 14%, according to new figures.
BVG Associates said it has been selected to continue working with Scottish Enterprise (SE) and Highlands & Island Enterprise (HIE) supporting companies to make the most of renewable energy opportunities.
All-Energy 2016 has got underway with more than 400 exhibitors from 14 countries.
Energy consultancy Everoze has developed a new system to help project owners make better decisions about the future of renewables assets and portfolios as they reach maturity.
Dong Energy said it will cover additional costs associated with "going green" so that businesses can access renewable electricity and achieve sustainability ambitions.
Scotland has always led the way in renewables and All Energy has long been a showcase for the wide range of technologies which will enable the renewable and low carbon transition.
The Irish-Scottish Links on Energy Study (ISLES) project partners are set to announce their key emerging findings from the second phase of their research at All-Energy 2015. The project is a collaboration between the Scottish Government and its counterparts in both Ireland and Northern Ireland. It aims to both facilitate and stimulate investment in an offshore transmission network to support the integration of renewable energy resources.
More than 450 exhibitors from over 20 countries are set to descend on Glasgow for All-Energy 2015 which begins tomorrow. The event, which orignally began in Aberdeen, has moved to the central belt for the first time in its history. There will be more than 440 speakers, including Energy Minister Fergus Ewing, who will speak at the opening plenary session.