April 9th and 10th, 2014: Direct Energy and Allstream Centre, Exhibition Place
This coming April a chance to discuss the future solutions of the renewable energy and conservation industries is coming to Canada. All-Energy Canada, a solutions-based exhibition and conference, is coming to North America. All-Energy brings together the renewable energy and conservation industries.
All-Energy Canada is modeled on the UK’s largest renewable and conservation energy event which takes place yearly in Europe’s energy city, Aberdeen. In 2013, 876 organizations exhibited and 500+ speakers took part at All-Energy events. In 2014, All-Energy is expanding into Canada and will be delivered by the same people who are responsible for the successful events in Europe and Australia.
Often at large conferences there isn’t an opportunity to do business. All-Energy Canada’s Share Fair is about to change that. The Share Fair is an innovative way for producers and developers to learn about each other’s needs and wants and to discuss business opportunities and near-term solutions. This experience will allow attendees to cement new relationships and discuss the opportunities for building export potential.
Whether on the conference floor in the Allstream Centre or on the exhibition floor in the Direct Energy Centre, there will be organizations from across all sectors of the renewable energy and conservation industries. The conference will feature speakers from around the world who are industry leaders and who have forward-thinking solutions in the renewable energy sector. It is expected that over 2,500 people will attend All-Energy Canada.
“We are excited to be working with our Canadian partners to bring this event to North America,” stated Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions. “We have had huge success in Europe and know we have the potential to have the same success in Canada.”
The conference will have many themes including: economic development, energy efficiency and conservation, business-to-business, integrated systems, low carbon transportation and labour and skills. This is an opportunity for the industry to come together and discuss what has worked, what hasn’t worked and come up with solutions that will guide the renewable energy industry into the immediate future.
All Energy Canada