All-Energy 2012

23-24 May 2012
Aberdeen

All-Energy 2012 in Aberdeen was a turning point for Hydrogen in Scotland. Alex Salmond, First Minister for Scotland refuelled a Hyundai Fuel Cell vehicle using ITM Power’s HFuel technology and hailed a new Renewable Hydrogen Fuel age for Scotland.

ITM Power: Rebecca Markillie, Marketing and Coms presenting Project Director of All-Energy, Judith Patten with flowers by Hyundai ix35 FCEV

All-Energy 2012 has now closed, but most certainly earned its title of the UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition and conference. Showcasing the complete range of renewable and sustainable technologies and with a world-class multi-stream conference alongside, it once again provided the ideal opportunity for seeing the latest cutting edge solutions – and meeting the men and women behind them; sourcing new partners and suppliers, participating in unparalleled networking and keeping up-to-date with this rapidly evolving and increasingly important sector.

ITM Power: All-Energy 2012

The figures speak for themselves – some 580 exhibiting companies from 19 countries occupying a record breaking 7,000m2 (net) with an additional 700m outside for displays, demonstrations and ‘Ride and Drive’; total attendance of 8322 – an increase of 8%; and over 300 speakers in the conference and seminar programme. The show got off to a flying start on 23 May with a ‘dream team’ of plenary session speakers including the new Lord Provost of Aberdeen – Lord Provost George Adam; the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond MSP; Charles Hendry MP, Minister of State for Energy, DECC; Keith Anderson, Chief Corporate Officer, ScottishPower; David Gartside, Board Member, Health and Safety Executive; and three five-minute quick-fire presentations from Gamesa, The Crown Estate, and ITM Power.

Hear what Alex Salmond, the First Minister of Scotland said;
read Energy Minister, Charles Hendry’s speech;
and watch the ITM Power video showing hydrogen’s rise up the agenda