Conference Introduction - All Energy

Conference Introduction

All-Energy 2018 Conference

  • Don't miss Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, addressing All-Energy 2018 in our Opening Plenary.


    Back for the 18th edition, the All-Energy Conference & Exhibition continues to build on our strong reputation as the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy event. As ever, renewable and sustainable energy generation lay at the heart of All-Energy, so too do heat, energy systems, energy storage, energy efficiency and the needs of future and sustainable cities.

    Almost 50% of all visitors to All-Energy attend at least one conference session. Over 150 hours and 60+ sessions of free conference and seminar content will see 450+ speakers from home and overseas talking about projects, innovations, cost savings and more. They will insights into policy; their organisations’ hopes and aspirations; lessons learned; and case histories. 

    Not sure where to start? Here is break down of all the programmes on on offer:

    Our list of conference topics includes:

    • Bioenergy
       - Biomass
       - Biogas
       - Biofuel
       - Circular economy
       - Energy from waste
    • Carbon capture and storage
    • Community and local energy
    • Demand side management/monitoring systems/smart meters
    • Disruptive technology (e.g. blockchain technology, etc)
    • Energy efficiency

       - The business of energy efficiency
       - Case histories
       - Corporates: meeting requirements
       - Private landlords: meeting requirements
       - Public sector: meeting requirements
       - SMEs: meeting requirements
       - Social housing: meeting requirements
       - Smart cities: steps being taken
       - Retrofit
    • Energy storage (including ‘Making Use of Energy Storage’)
    • Energy systems
    • Energy systems integration: technical, economic & behavioural aspects
    • Farming: renewables/energy efficiency for farms and estates

    • Finance and funding
    • Grid and smart grid
    • Heating
       - District heating
       - Geothermal
       - Heat networks
       - Renewable heat 
    • Hydrogen and fuel cells – including usage
    • Hydropower at every scale
    • Low carbon vehicles
    • Marine renewable energy
       - Tidal (stream, lagoons, etc.)
       - Wave
       - Other (e.g. osmotic power, OTEC)
    • Offshore wind
       - Projects at home and overseas
       - Lowering LCOE
       - Floating wind developments and innovations
       - Global developments
       - The ‘vital ingredients’ (current and future turbines; installation
         vessels; O&M; fabrication; etc)
    • Onshore wind
    • Solar (PV and thermal)
    • Sustainable and smart cities (also under ‘energy efficiency’)

  • Visitor Communities at All-Energy

    The diagram below outlines the topics that we are eager to embrace and the visitors we plan to attract to All-Energy 2018.

    All-Energy Visitor Communities


  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is important for development of the individual and their organisation; and our research shows that it is worth checking with your professional body if attending All-Energy counts as CPD.

    Find out what The IET, Energy Institute and IMarEST have to say about how attending conferences like All-Energy can contribute to a balanced programme of CPD.

  • Contact the team

    Judith Patten MBE
    Project Director
    Tel: +44 (0)20 8241 1912

    Ellen Burgess
    Conference Manager
    Tel: +44 (0)20 8439 5420


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