The UK's largest renewables event moves to Glasgow this year, where it will play a part in the city's Green Year plans. And Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) will be at the heart of the action in a packed conference programme, which presents the latest breakthroughs in low-carbon energy technologies as well as future ambitions.
All-Energy is an important networking event for professionals from a variety of sectors as well as a focus for others interested in the transition to a low-carbon future. The conference takes place in parallel with an extensive exhibition held over two days, where hundreds of exhibitors will engage with thousands of visitors.
Two sessions on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) will take place during Day Two. Chaired by SCCS Director, Prof Stuart Haszeldine, the sessions will provide an analysis of the landscape needed to develop and support a CCS industry in the UK, as well project reports from the UK's two big demonstration projects, Peterhead and White Rose. More details can be found at www.all-energy.co.uk
Full conference programme (CCS sessions on page 18-19)