ALL-ENERGY CONFERENCE 2020
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DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY - A bit of a buzzword and something that many would be entrepreneurs are on the lookout for, but that existing businesses with what seems like an unshakeable hold on the market tend to try to ignore, disruptive technology has a habit of wiping out those established (old school) household names, as consumers rush to get the latest clean technology.
With the speed of change these days, sitting still to see how the market develops, is going backwards into commercial oblivion. Much the same can be said for doing nothing about climate change. Oil companies are seen to be the next dinosaurs to face the march of time, with the coronavirus causing a crash in crude prices in 2020, as unnecessary travel ceased during isolation rules - such reduction in fossil fuel use simulating the transition to green hydrogen and solar and wind electricity generation.
In 2020, All-Energy returns to Glasgow with 250+ of the world’s leading suppliers showcasing their renewable and low carbon energy solutions and innovative technologies.
Grid/Smart grid – policy; demand side management (DSM)/ monitoring systems/smart meters; DC power; islands need-cases (e.g. covering interconnection vs active management); interconnectors.
Hydrogen and fuel cells – including usage (in transport please refer to the Low Carbon Transport conference stream within Dcarbonise 2020); energy conversion; re-energising UK industry for clean growth; and innovative solutions
Hydrogen: Scaling Up Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
Scotland has set a target for Net Zero by 2045, with hydrogen featuring in plans for rapid decarbonisation of heat, industry, and heavy duty transport. We will hear about progress with transport fuel cell applications from Nicolas Pocard, and with hydrogen for heat from Mark Crowther.
will be complemented by insights from Mirela Atanasiu and Dr Kerry-Ann
Adamson on the priorities for post-COVID economic recovery, and the
opportunity to pivot towards sustainable
energy and transport solutions, not just in Scotland but also UK and Europe.
Low carbon transport (being held in association with ITS United Kingdom) Presentations and academic posters relating to all modes: cars, goods vehicles and powered two-wheelers (PTWs), cycles, innovative mobility, marine vessels, rail and aviation welcome:
Connected and automated vehicles: policy and use cases
(PV and thermal) – case histories; project/development updates;
Wind – offshore – policy/strategy; lowering LCOE; projects/developments at home and overseas; floating wind developments and innovations; the ‘vital ingredients’ – current and future turbines; environmental considerations; installation vessels; O&M; fabrication etc. De-risking investment with dynamic energy yield assessment.
Wind – onshore – How can we move things on with speed? Policy/strategy; challenges and opportunities; pre-construction – measurements and analysis in the real world; post-construction – monitoring and modelling for asset productivity and longevity; life extension and repowering – going the extra mile without falling over; and innovative solutions. Cooperation. De-risking investment with dynamic energy yield assessment.
SCOTTISH HYDROGEN & FUEL CELL ASSOCIATION (SHFCA) MEMBERSHIP A - Z
Coordinator - Angela Leftley
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