Interdisciplinary Research for Energy Systems Integration: Identifying the Needs of Users
Date: 28 January 2020
The workshop will provide a structured discussion between researchers, businesses, other research users and stakeholders, aimed at developing good practice guidelines for effective and coherent energy systems integration research in the UK.
SR Offshore Wind Conference, Exhibition & Dinner
Date: 28 & 29 January 2020
Scottish Renewables’ Offshore Wind Conference, Exhibition & Dinner 2020 will explore the progress made over the past year in Scotland’s growing offshore wind sector and the upcoming opportunities the sector’s expansion presents for the energy and offshore supply chain across the length and breadth of the country.
Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) B2B Matchmaking Event
Date: 30 & 31 January 2020
The CCU matchmaking event offers a great opportunity to hear and discuss technologies, innovations and ideas that can capture and valorise CO2, reduce emissions and develop new income streams. Whether you have waste CO2 streams, technologies to clean, process and utilise carbon, green energy supply and/or interested in using valorised carbon for manufacturing this event is a must attend event.
IBioIC's 6th Annual Conference
Date: 5-6 February 2020
IBioIC20, IBioIC's 6th Annual Conference, will take place in Glasgow, Scotland, on 5th and 6th February 2020. IBioIC are looking forward to another lively event with a busy schedule of Fringe events taking place alongside IBioIC's core conference sessions.
ETP Academic Engagement Workshop: Funding and Networking Opportunities
Date: 12 February 2020
Location: St Andrews
The Energy Technology Partnership are hosting a Funding and Networking Opportunities workshop at the University of St Andrews on the 12th February 2020. We would like to invite academics from all Scottish Universities to come along and pitch their research to the workshop. This is a good opportunity to meet fellow academics from other institutions to created networks to build collaborations and apply for funding.
SR Transport Conference 2020
Date: 19 February 2020
Domestic and commercial transport accounts for almost a quarter of Scotland's energy use. With the Scottish Government setting a net-zero target for 2045 and the rest of the UK set to follow in 2050, decarbonising our transport sector will mean making major changes in the way we travel - and the vehicles we travel in. With real innovation already happening in the sector, this conference will bring industry together to consider how to shape the low-carbon transport system of the future and the pivotal role that Scotland's renewable energy sector will play in this transition.
Innovation in Scotland's Energy Storage Industry
Date: 20 February 2020
The Innovation in Scotland’s Energy Storage Industry supply chain event will be held on Thursday 20 February 2020 at the Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc (MSIP) in Dundee. The focus of the event is on supply chain opportunities associated with energy storage projects, including supply of chemicals, materials and new technologies.
Offshore Wind Scotland presents Robotics
Date: 20th February 2020
Location: Technology & Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
This event is for active Scottish supply chain businesses involved in offshore renewables who want more information on the capabilities and use of subsea robotics to implement, monitor and maintain offshore installations.
This event will provide insight on the impact of robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) to disrupt the offshore wind sector by delivering large cost reductions and safety improvements.
Ocean Energy and the Supply Chain - Building the Future into Today
Date: 26 February 2020
This workshop from Scottish Enterprise and in partnership with Scottish Engineering, will take place as part of the Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN) offering. It will draw on the vast experience of our innovative speakers from various sectors, who will share their learning and how it can be transferred to the challenges facing ocean energy and the engineering sector.
Carbon Lifecycle Analysis for the Built Environment - Recent Developments
Date: 26th February 2020
Location: Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation
ETP's Energy Efficiency in Buildings Theme is hosting the Carbon Lifecycle for the Built Environment event.
The event will discuss the recent developments in this area and there will be presentations from;
- Dr Charles Russel - Glasgow Caledonian University
- Architecture & Design Scotland
- Sam Foster Architects
- Francesco Pomponi - Edinburgh Napier University
- Sally Vivian - AECOM
Please register here
Date: 13 - 14th May 2020
Location: SEC, Glasgow
This year ETP will once again be exhibiting at The Research Hub at All-Energy 2020.
In 2019 the total attendance for All-Energy was nearly 8,000 over two days of the event. This year, All-Energy will celebrate its 20th year and will take place on 13-14 May at the SEC in Glasgow, which some six months later will hold the UN’s COP26. The co-located Dcarbonise is an exhibition and conference aimed at end-users in both the private and public sector and devoted to low carbon heating, energy efficiency and low carbon transport. Both All-Energy and Dcarbonise feature extensive conference programmes.
What is The Research Hub?
In 2019, The Research Hub was created which focuses on energy related projects that have high levels of academic/industrial collaboration. The new zone provided a great opportunity to promote, meet and work with other universities and organisations on future projects and funding opportunities.
Showcase your projects at The Research Hub at All-Energy 2020
There’s an exciting opportunity for academic/industrial research projects to be involved with All-Energy, the UK’s leading renewable and low carbon energy event,
showcasing the latest technologies and services for the supply chain, developers, utilities and investors.
uSIM2020 - 2nd IBPSA-Scotland uSIM conference
Date: 11-12 November 2020
The uSIM2020 conference will explore the state-of-the-art in urban energy modelling.