All-Energy 2011 Exhibition and Conference in Aberdeen will host 450 exhibitors and over 7000 visitors from 55 countries

January 29th, 2011 by All-Energy 2011

All-Energy 2011 will be held 18 and 19 May 2011 at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Both the exhibition and conference are free to attend for all people with a professional and business interest in renewable energy.

(Click on the All-Energy 2011 logo to go to the website to register for free for All-Energy 2011)

All-Energy 2010 (Aberdeen, 19-20 May 2010), the UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition and conference, had a total of just over 7,000 participants from 55 countries; and over 450 exhibiting companies from 16 countries. The conference boasted more than 270 speakers and chairs taking part in over 50 sessions over the two days.

The 2011 show is set to exceed the record-breaking statistics of 2010 in terms of space taken by exhibitors, the number of exhibitors and total attendance.

Chris Huhne, UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, at All-Energy 2010

All-Energy 2011 will have two days of topical conference presentations on all aspects of offshore and onshore wind; wave and tidal; all elements of bioenergy – biomass, biogas, biofuel and CHP; hydrogen and fuel cells; hydropower; microgeneration in all its guises; on-site renewables; and carbon capture and storage; and sessions and streams on finance and funding, the electricity grid, farming and renewables, and skills.

There will be a Careers Fair on Day two of the show, along with ‘Education Day’ for attracting new people to the expanding renewable energy sector.

All-Energy is held in association with RenewableUK, Scottish Renewables, UK Trade & Investment and AREG (Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group).

The Society for Underwater Technology is the event’s learned society patron and it is supported by nearly 30 government departments, professional institutes and trade associations.

For more information visit the All-Energy 2011 website or email info @ or call +44 (0)845 0758180.

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