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All-Energy 2020 call for speakers now open

All-Energy is celebrating its 20th year on Weds 13th and Thurs 14th May 2020 at the SEC in Glasgow. The past few years have seen a very strong participation from our hydrogen and fuel cell sector in a wide range of All-Energy conference sessions, on the exhibition floor, and as one of the floorshow theatres.

In 2019 the combined All-Energy and Dcarbonise conferences attracted well over 6000 attendees. For a quick reminder of the 2019 show highlights please take a look at the attached ‘Make the Most of All-Energy’ update from May 2019.

The All-Energy Call for Papers is now open. You are invited to become involved in the All-Energy and/or Dcarbonise conference sessions on low carbon heat, energy efficiency, low carbon transport and net-zero/energy transition. Submitting your abstract is simple – it just requires a brief summary of your proposed presentation or role as a potential panel member.

Net Zero will be the silver thread running through the 20th All-Energy and 2nd Dcarbonise 2020 conferences which both take place at the SEC in Glasgow on Weds 13th and Thurs 14th May 2020. This duo of shows is being held some six months prior to COP26, which will also take place at Glasgow’s SEC. This will focus attention on what is happening with low carbon and renewable energy, as well as the opportunities for clean hydrogen and fuel cells.

All-Energy 2020 Abstract submission here:

Please use the online form for as many submissions as you want to make, with one form for each topic. This Call for Papers includes the main conference, show floor seminar theatres; and academic posters.

The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 17 December 2019. There is no charge for presenting at All-Energy or Dcarbonise, and both conferences are free to attend. For example presentations you can download the All-Energy 2019 sessions free-of-charge at

New Topics for 2020?

What suggestions would you like to make for new topics in 2020? These could be on topics; on speakers you would love to hear; lively panel discussions you think should be held. Please let the All-Energy team know by opting for the ‘Other’ section on the Call for Papers. And how would you like to see All-Energy’s 20th anniversary marked?

What happens once the Call for Papers closes?
Once the Call for Papers closes All-Energy works closely with ‘session champions’ – experts in their field, including a good number of SHFCA members - to determine the composition of sessions. With such a far-ranging conference involving so many speakers (over 600 in 2019 for the combined All-Energy/Dcarbonise, The Research Hub and academic posters) this takes a considerable amount of time. All-Energy will contact all who have submitted abstracts by the end of February/early March 2020 to let them know whether or not their abstract is being accepted.

To keep updated about All-Energy and Dcarbonise 2020 register your interest here:

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