All-energy 2014 conference call for papers deadline extendedAlternative Sources of Energy, Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Energy — By admin on December 3, 2013 at 10:55 PM
The deadline for conference and seminar theatre abstracts for All-Energy 2014, the UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition and conference (Aberdeen, Wednesday 21 – Thursday 22 May), has been extended until 6 January 2014.
“We have had a highly encouraging number of ideas for entire sessions and individual presentations for All-Energy 2014, but fully appreciate that the autumn is a hectic time for all the sectors that make up the renewable energy industry, and have had had countless requests to keep the Call open longer, particularly in view of the Coalition Government’s promises for more clarity on policy by the end of the year, ” says All-Energy’s co-creator, Judith Patten, whose role includes organising the conference on behalf of Reed Exhibitions. “So, Monday 6 January is the new deadline for submissions.” Details of the call for papers can be found at www.all-energy.co.uk/
One new conference-allied element for All-Energy 2014 will be a two day share fair featuring supply chain oriented presentations followed by timed one-to-one meetings in a specially designated area of the show floor.
Two associated events, taking place on the afternoon of Tuesday 20 May have already been programmed – one on the Atlantic Power Cluster Transnational Seminar, and the other on Root Cause Analysis, a topic close to many engineers’ hearts; others are in the planning stage.
“Now’s the time when we issue something of a ‘call to arms’, ” says Event Director, Jonathan Heastie of Reed Exhibitions. “We look forward to welcoming all involved with renewable energy and business energy efficiency to what has often been described as the AGM of the renewables industry – whether you come as an exhibitor, sponsor, speaker or visitor, a warm welcome will await you. Online free registration will open in the New Year, but now’s the time to get those all important dates in your diary and to book accommodation.
“Our exhibitor list grows on a daily basis and of course includes our traditionally large pavilions for Highlands & the Islands including Orkney, and Aberdeen City and Shire, Fife overseas involvement from groups from as far apart as Canada and Flanders, and a wide range of individual companies from all over the UK and further afield, representing the full scope of all sectors of the renewable energy industry and business energy efficiency.
“We have seen notable interest in our specially zoned areas particularly the offshore maintenance area with its dedicated show floor seminar theatre, and growing interest in the energy storage, business energy efficiency, community energy zones and first-time exhibitor area too. We’re looking forward to a highly successful show!”
All-Energy 2013 attracted over six hundred exhibiting companies from 19 countries and a total unique attendance of 7, 687 from 48 countries. Some 350 speakers were involved in the major free-to-attend conference and the show floor seminar areas.
All-Energy is held in associated with RenewableUK, Scottish Renewables, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) and Highlands & Islands Enterprise with support from over 30 national and international trade associations, professional bodies and government departments.
Further information on all aspects of All-Energy 2013 is available from www.all-energy.co.uk
- Judith Patten is very happy to provide show preview material written to your requirements in terms of content, length and deadline; and/or to supply photographs of the 2013 show, or to work with you in any way on the editorial front – contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)208 241 1912
- Interested in talking about marketing-related contra deals? Chloe Modaberi is the person you need to contact –email@example.com or on +44 (0)20 8439 8898
- Background information on All-Energy … the show encompasses all sectors under the renewable energy ‘umbrella’, business energy efficiency and topics (in the conference) such as grid, energy storage, CCS, nuclear, skills, finance and funding +++ – the full list of topics can be found at www.all-energy.co.uk/
conference The first All-Energy was held in 2001 – it is always in Aberdeen, and always held the week prior to the Late Spring Bank Holiday.