SCOTLAND’S First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will be delivering a keynote address in the opening session at All-Energy, the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference in Glasgow next month.

The 18th All-Energy will be held at the Glasgow Event Campus on Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 May, bringing together some 7000 participants from home and overseas; up to 300 exhibiting companies; and a packed multi-stream conference and seminar programme with more than 400 speakers.

As always, all elements of All-Energy – the exhibition, the conference and the Giant Networking Evening – are free to attend for all with relevant professional/business interests. Online registration is open at

“We are delighted to be welcoming Scotland’s First Minister back to the show on opening morning,” saidAll-Energy’s event director, Jonathan Heastie. “She made her first visit a year ago during the build up to the UK General Election.

“All-Energy is an event that buzzes with enthusiasm from exhibitors eager to do business and visitors just as eager to learn and to engage with exhibitors and conference speakers. We have a superb exhibitor list with a broad range of highly relevant exhibits, and a superb conference line-up. The First Minister’s presence will add to both the topicality and significance of the programme particularly now that Scotland has published both its Energy Strategy and Climate Change Plan.”