Further delay to All-Energy and Dcarbonise 2020 conferences
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The UK’s largest renewable and low-carbon energy exhibition and conference has been rescheduled for a second time.
All-Energy and the co-located Dcarbonise 2020, which were originally due to take place in May and were delayed until September due to the coronavirus pandemic, will now take place on November 4-5.
Organisers Reed Exhibitions said the change came about as the venue, Glasgow's Scottish Event Campus (SEC), offered them the new dates due to the postponement of the UN's Climate Change Summit, COP26.
Jonathan Heastie, portfolio director of Reed Exhibitions, said: “We were offered the November dates by the SEC. We consulted with the vast majority of our exhibitors and key stakeholders who overwhelming agreed that the best option would be to reschedule the show in November.
“Obviously, the health and safety of our exhibitors, speakers, visitors and staff remains our number one priority and we will continue to monitor the situation and continue to consult with all key stakeholders throughout the coming months.
“To mark the dates of what would have been the 20th All-Energy, we held four compelling webinars on May 13 and 14. These embraced ‘The Path to Net Zero’, our ‘plenary’ session, setting the scene for the sector webinars that followed on offshore wind, low-carbon heat – focusing on heat networks, and hydrogen and fuel cells. All attracted truly fantastic levels of interest with 4002 pre-registrations and with over 3000 attendees on the day and ‘on demand’."
The four webinars are available at www.all-energy.co.uk with further webinars to be added as part of a monthly series. The next four will take place June 17 and 18.
“We believe that postponing the show to November will enable us to deliver the true value of this industry-leading event later in the year," Mr Heastie added. "We would like to thank our exhibitors, speakers, partners, suppliers, visitors and of course the SEC for their continuing support during this challenging time.”
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