'Meet the Buyers' Share Fair 1-2-1 Meetings - All Energy

'Meet the Buyers' Share Fair 1-2-1 Meetings

The All-Energy Share Fair is back! 

Over the two day event, All-Energy will host a series of 1-2-1 ‘speed dating’ meetings in the dedicated Share Fair area, located across the exhibition hall above the central boulevard. It’s where you can literally ‘Meet the Buyers’ looking to expand their supply chains; and also seek 1-2-1 advice from companies offering to share their experiences so you can mirror their latest achievement.

Book a 1-2-1 Meeting

If you're a 'supplier', who believes you can meet our 'buyers' requirements and would like to book a 5 minute meeting with one or more of them, please contact Sarah Clifford, stating:

  • Which 'buyers' you would like to meet
  • A few sentences about the products/services you provide
  • A contact phone number

The week before All-Energy 2018, we will confirm if your meeting request has been accepted and for what time.


  • Available Wednesday - 2 May 15:30-17:30

    Indian transport sector
    Apoorva Bajpai, Senior Sector Manager - Smart Cities & Urban Transport (India), Department for International Trade (DIT), UK Government
    I work for the Department for International Trade (DIT), UK Government in New Delhi, India and provide support to UK-based firms interested in business opportunities in the transport sector in India. The projects include public transport planning, metro & rail transport, bus operation, smart/ intelligent transport systems, digital payments, electric/ low emission vehicles, etc.

    I am interested in meeting UK-based suppliers of products and services interested in opportunities in the Indian Transport sector. I work towards identifying relevant business opportunities for the suppliers and connecting them to the relevant buyers in India.

    East Anglia Project 3 (EA3) (available 3 - 4.30pm)
    Victoria Sinclair, Supply Chain Strategy Manger, EA3
    East Anglia THREE has consent to construct a 1,200MW project with up to 172 next generation turbines.  The project is 69km from shore and will connect at Bramford Substation following the onshore cable route of East Anglia ONE.  I am interested in meeting suppliers to discuss the opportunities to work on this exciting project.

    ESC Euro-Med Sustainability Consulting
    Katharina Bouchaar, Director, ESC Euro-Med Sustainability Consulting 
    We are co-organising an EU Circular Economy Trade Mission to India in September 2018. Among the targeted sectors are Renewable Energy (solar panels, biomass) and Mobility (e-vehicles). I will be happy to provide more details to any interested company or organisation that wishes to take part in the Mission.

    Available Thursday - 3 May 10:45-12:00

    Scottish Offshore Wind Supply Chain Forum – Getting Involved
    John Best, Special Projects, James Fisher Marine Services
    Alan Duncan, Owner / Director, Scotia Supply Chain Ltd
    As chair and vice-chair of the Scottish Offshore Wind Supply Chain Forum (SOWSCF), John and Alan are keen to meet with any companies that are currently, or intend to be, a member of the Scottish Offshore Wind supply chain and wish to play an active role in collaborating to promote indigenous supply chain benefit and/or willing to help the sector develop a supply chain code of practice.

    Scotia SC is also keen to meet with companies seeking operational, tactical or strategic support across all layers of the offshore wind supply chain.

    Triton Knoll
    John Kane, Project Procurement Manager, Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Limited
    Triton Knoll is constructing a 860 MW Offshore Wind Farm 32 kms off the coast of Lincolnshire in with first generation scheduled for 2021. Triton Knoll are interested in meeting suppliers who can provide offshore services.

    Inch Cape
    Ian Johnson, Inch Cape Project Manager, Red Rock Power Limited
    I am open to talking to any of the suppliers and helping to inform them whether they will be talking to Inch Cape directly or one of the Tier 1 suppliers in the future.  I would also be particularly interested in gauging the enthusiasm of local companies to be involved.

    Siemens Gamesa
    Daniel Douglas, Head of Procurement UKIE SGRE Service, Siemens Gamesa
    I am responsible for all third party labour and man power suppliers for UKIE and Northern Europe, I would welcome to the opportunity to be introduced to new suppliers within this commodity area.

    TownRock Energy
    David Townsend, Founder & MD and Victoria MacKay, Project Hydrogeologist, TownRock Energy
    We are in need of heat exchangers, heat pumps, heat network pipework, electric submersible pumps, and injection pumps. We would welcome a meeting with any suppliers of these.

    Bodhi Sarkar, Senior Engineer, EC-OG
    EC-OG has developed an innovative, ocean current turbine known as the Subsea Power Hub (SPH) to produce energy for multiple applications. The SPH will provide autonomous electrical power in subsea conditions using a unique patented turbine arrangement. It is easy to install, reliable, cost effective and suitable for remote environments. EC-OG is interested in meeting suppliers specialising in machining, fabrication, composites (composite structures and turbine manufacture) and generators.


    Scottish Enterprise & Highlands and Islands Enterprise
    Isla Robb, Offshore & Onshore Wind Lead Specialist, Scottish Enterprise and Andrew Vaughan, Trade & Investment Specialist, Scottish Development International
    Gillian Morrison, Senior Development Manager – Large Scale Renewables, Highlands and Islands Enterprise
    We would like to speak with companies working in Renewables in Scotland, located in Scotland or trade internationally from Scotland.



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