Organisers are putting the finishing touches to the All-Energy and DCcarbonise 2024 events to be held in Glasgow next week.

The two-day conferences takes place on the 15 and 16 May and are billed as the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference and the co-located event aimed at helping private and public sector energy end-users in their decarbonisation plans for building, business and transportation.

Jonathan Heastie, portfolio director at RX Global who own and organise both events hoped for record-breaking attendance figures after last year saw almost 10,000 attendees.

He said: “Visitors will be able to find the latest technologies, services and advice from the 270 exhibiting organisations from home and overseas; attend the world-class conference with its stellar line-up looking at the latest challenges, opportunities and innovative solutions across renewable power, low carbon heat, energy efficiency and low carbon transport.”

There are 55 sessions in the main conference delivered by over 350 speakers. In addition, eight ‘Quick Fire’ show floor theatres and academic posters takes the number count of speakers to more than 600.

All the component parts of the event are free of charge to attend - the exhibition, the main conference, the show floor theatres, the Civic Reception and Giant Networking Evening.

Mr Heastie added: “We’ve reached a Red-Letter Day today with our All-Energy App going live. That is not unusual, but this year the App is a vital milestone in our own decarbonisation plans, for there will be no printed catalogue at our duo of shows.

“RX Global is proud to be a founding member of the Net Zero Carbon Events pledge, a global collaboration which was launched by the events industry in November 2021 at COP 26 in Glasgow, and we have strong targets at which to aim. The link to the App is at

“The App’s features mean that within a pocket, or handbag, there is the power to browse the exhibitor directory and use the interactive floorplan with its Wayfinding ability. You can instantly find conference sessions that add value to your experience – you can search on sessions or speaker and find where they will be and when.”

Delegates using the app will be able to ask questions during conference sessions, as well as log favourite exhibitors, sessions and speakers.

Mr Heastie went on to say: “I would like to particularly thank Shepherd and Wedderburn who are celebrating their 10th year of Headline Sponsorship and who have brought us some highly thought provoking and relevant sessions in the offshore wind, cities/places decarbonisation conference streams, and also one session on regulations’ role and another on clean tech.

“We are honoured to have been helping the UK low carbon and renewable energy value chain to engineer a net zero future since 2001 and look forward to continuing that key role this year for what we expect to be another record attendance.”

Events include decarbonising the supply chain; hydrogen at scale; investigation and remediation of renewable energy infrastructure sites; communities and social acceptance of clean energy projects and heat decarbonisation.

2023 marked All-Energy’s 22nd anniversary. The UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference has been held since February 2001; the first co-located Dcarbonise was held in 2019 embracing low carbon heat, energy efficiency and low carbon transport.

The first 14 All-Energy events were held in Aberdeen; the show moved to Glasgow in 2015.