Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) will host its first Energy Futures Conference and Exhibition on the 15 November 2022, bringing together diverse stakeholders to discuss the latest technology developments and the fast pace of change required to reach net zero.
Offering interactive speaker and panel sessions, networking and dedicated exhibition spaces, the event at Aberdeen’s P&J Live conference centre, will showcase North of Scotland capabilities and ambitions on a broad range of topics including primary energy production, community and household initiatives, heating and transport systems – underlining the need to decarbonise energy systems and scale up renewable energy production.
The conference programme will delve into new projects, skills and supply chain priorities and highlight latest innovations and barriers to overcome with contributions from industries, communities and policy makers.
Representing 230 plus members, AREG members and partners are at the forefront of transition – working on a range of interests from offshore wind to hydrogen, from wave and tidal to transport and aviation. This event will bring the broad net-zero community together enabling open dialogue on how we will reach UK and Scottish targets.
David Rodger, AREG CEO, says, “It is an exciting time for renewable energy and the North of Scotland is leading much of the progress amid rising concerns on energy security and rising fuel costs and we look forward to a very engaging event as we lay down the designs of how we will power the future.”