The All-Energy Exhibition and Conference is held in Glasgow annually. In its 17th year, it has firmly established itself as the UK’s leading renewable & sustainable energy event. All elements of All-Energy – the exhibition, the multi-stream conference and the Giant Networking Evening are free to attend for all with a business/professional interest in the topics covered. Over 7,000 attend each year to learn from experts speaking in the conference, to do business within the exhibition, and to network
Attracting visitors from a variety of sectors, the two-day event covers all renewable generation sources, and also covers hydrogen and fuel cells, energy storage, energy systems, carbon capture and storage, low carbon heat, energy efficiency, the grid, local energy, energy for the farming community, sustainable and smart cities and finance and funding. A new co-located event Smart Urban Mobility Solutions looks at smart and sustainable transport.
Importantly, the 2017 Conference programme hosts two dedicated Hydrogen & Fuel Cell sessions.
The first, the H2FC SUPERGEN HUB session, a special lunch-time session on 10 May, will feature three evidence-based White Papers on the importance of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies:
– The role of hydrogen and fuel cells in the future energy systems
– The economic impacts of hydrogen and fuel cells in the UK
– The role of hydrogen and fuel cells in enabling energy security in the UK
This session will be followed by what promises to be a lively panel discussion on ‘Hydrogen’s role in the future energy system: Spend, scale and timetable?’, organised in association with the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association.
Across All-Energy’s two days, 50+ session conference programme hydrogen will also feature in other sessions, most notably in the three sessions on Energy Storage and within our co-located event – Smart Urban Mobility Solutions.
The All-Energy Exhibition & Conference is free to attend.
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