All-Energy 2019 shaping up well
Exhibition space is selling well ahead of its position at the same time last year for All-Energy 2019 and the co-located Smart Urban Mobility Solutions (SUMS 2019) being held at Glasgow’s SEC on 15th and 16th May 2019.
Event Director, Jonathan Heastie of Reed Exhibitions, stated: “With nine and a half months to go before the duo of events open, we are greatly encouraged by exhibition sales which are running well ahead of where we were at this time last year. Importantly interest, and bookings, has been shown across all four of the show’s ‘pillars’: renewable and low carbon power; energy efficiency; low carbon heat; and low carbon transport. They realise that coming on board early means that promotion via our much viewed website, the All-Energy blog, and highly active social media campaign starts right now giving them many months of pre-show publicity.
“Obviously announcements such as news that May will, for the foreseeable future, be CfD month every two years brings certainty to the industry; and investment in more efficient, high quality buildings thanks to up to £12.5m of funding being made available through the industrial Strategy Challenge Fund helps prospective exhibitors see the worth of showcasing their products and services to our audience. We look forward to sharing more good news in the coming months.”
Some of the exhibitors from Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the UK who have already confirmed their space booking include 2G Energy, Clarke Energy, Deutsche Windtechnik, Greenbyte, Ingeteam, Knights Brown Construction, Moventas Gears, PARAT Halvorsen, Powersystems UK, Senvion UK, Schneider Electric, Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks, Vensys Energy, Vestas Northern & Central Europe and Visualwind.
The All-Energy and SUMS 2019 Call for Papers will be published online in early October.
All-Energy 2018 and SUMS 2018 attracted a total audience of just over 7,000; 300+ exhibiting; nearly 500 speakers, including four Ministers (the First Minister of Scotland; the UK’s Minister for Energy and Clean Growth; and both Scotland’s Energy and Transport Ministers) in a packed and informative conference; and compliments in plenty. A large number of the conference presentations can be downloaded free of charge from the shows’ websites.