Main Conference Sessions

  • With over 50 sessions planned for 2018, the Main Conference programme is a major drawcard for All-Energy. Sessions will run for 90 minutes each and feature a series of 15 minute presentations on a variety of topics or a 90-minute panel discussions. 

    Here is your opportunity to hear updates on policy; project developments; innovations that can play a role in driving down LCOE and making projects ever more cost-effective and efficient; case histories; and opportunities – and challenges.

    Conference Topics:

    • Bioenergy
       - Biomass
       - Biogas
       - Biofuel
       - Circular economy
       - Energy from waste
    • Carbon capture and storage
    • Carbon management
    • 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’)
    • Other ... your ideas please:
       - Panel suggestions (theme and speakers)
       - Speakers you would like to see invited (and why)
       - Other topics/sessions you would like to see at the conference

  • Contact the Team

    The Call for Papers has now closed and work is under way to create the conference. All who have submitted abstracts will hear from us in early March at the very latest; and we look forward to publicising the conference from then onwards.

    Judith Patten MBE
    Project Director
    Tel: +44 (0)20 8241 1912
    judithpatten@JPPR.uk.com

    Ellen Burgess
    Conference Manager
    Tel: +44 (0)20 8439 5420
    ellen.burgess@reedexpo.co.uk

       

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