Our partners Siemens Gamesa, Cranfield University and Ramboll to participate in the event sponsored by ScottishPower Renewables that will take place from May 2nd to 3rd in Glasgow.
ROMEO Project partners Siemens Gamesa, Cranfield University and Ramboll will take part in All-Energy, the UK’s leading renewable energy and low carbon innovation event that will be held from May 2nd to 3rd in the Scottish Events Campus (SEC) exhibition centre located outside Glasgow. The event will be focused on renewable power, low carbon heat, energy efficiency and low carbon transport.
Shepherd and Wedderburn is All-Energy’s headline sponsor. In addition, ScottishPower Renewables, part of our partner Iberdrola, is sponsor of the event. ScottishPower Renewables is helping to drive the Iberdrola Group’s ambition of being the Utility of the Future and is at the forefront of the development of the renewables industry through pioneering ideas, forward thinking and outstanding innovation which, in turn, drives economic success. Other sponsors include the Crown Estate Scotland, Element Power, Innovate UK and WPO.
All-Energy is a great chance to showcase the latest technologies and services for the energy supply chain and both private and public sector energy end users. The event generates invaluable connections between the buyers and sellers of low carbon solutions across the UK Marketplace.
All Energy will be bringing together more than 7,500 attendees, up to 300 exhibiting companies (63 companies focused on offshore wind) and a packed multi-stream conference and seminar programme with more than 400 speakers.
This year the organizers have introduced two free guided tours to help Heat and Energy Efficiency buyers explore All-Energy more efficiently. Other introductions include networking opportunities for farmers and local authority officials; and an investors’ breakfast bringing entrepreneurs and investors together.