Aberdeenshire Council will once again host a stand at the All-Energy Exhibition and Conference on May 23-24 at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
All-Energy has grown each year in attendance and exhibitors since its launch at the AECC in 2001, and with a developing interest in renewable technology this year’s event promises to be the biggest yet.
The exhibition and conference is free to attend and provides an opportunity for people to talk directly to manufacturers and installers.
The event, which will see more than 580 exhibiting companies from 14 countries, is highly relevant to companies actively involved in all areas of the renewable energy industry, including wind (onshore and offshore), wave, tidal, hydro, hydrogen and fuel cells, solar and bioenergy (biomass, biofuel, and biogas).
Each year, north-east companies involved in the renewable energy sector are invited to join the Aberdeen City and Shire pavilion at the heart of the exhibition at stand AB37.
Companies featured on Aberdeenshire’s Stand this year include Banff and Buchan College, AD Heating Ltd, Puffin Pellets, Annie Kenyon Architects, Forestry Commission Scotland and FarmEnergy Consulting.
Belinda Miller, Aberdeenshire Council’s Head of Economic Development, said: “I am very pleased that Aberdeenshire Council and local businesses are able to be a part of this exhibition every year. The energy industry is one of Aberdeenshire’s economic strongholds, and by helping local businesses to promote their business to an international market we will hopefully help them to expand and go from strength-to-strength.”