It has been almost two weeks since our Energy Futures Conference and Exhibition, where 400 delegates attended P&J Live for a day of thought-provoking discussions about the current landscape of the renewables sector and the opportunities and challenges ahead for a timely and just energy transition.
As the original energy transition organisation, we have made it our mission to become a powerful voice in the net zero conversation, both in Scotland and around the world. The response we have seen in the days and weeks following our event has shown what can be achieved through collaboration and we have no plans to stop now.
The conference featured five insightful panel sessions with influential figures from across the supply chain, generating thought-provoking discussions that we are sure will resonate across the sector in years to come.
Our exhibition space brought together an excellent mix of organisations, to showcase leading technologies and initiatives, alongside representatives from the charity sector including Camphill School and Magpie.
We are grateful to all delegates and exhibitors who took part in our event, and we would like to say a special thank you to our event sponsors and supporters including bp, Shell, STC INSISO, Vattenfall, North Star, OPITO, Aberdeen Science Centre, North East Scotland Hydrogen Ambition (NESH2A) Steering Committee, FENNEX Ltd, Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA), Energy Voice, OGV Energy and Scottish Renewables – without them the event would not have happened.
We must now look towards 2023 and focus on how we capitalise on the conversations, learning and ideas that came from our event and ensure the North-east achieves its ambition of becoming a centre of excellence in transition.
The AREG team and board.