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11 May 2022 08:30 to 12 May 2022 16:00

All Energy 2022



11 May 2022 08:30 to 12 May 2022 16:00


SEC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW

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Net Zero Technology Centre @ All Energy 2022

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All Energy will bring together leaders and influencers, providing an opportunity to discover the latest innovations and high level insights direct from the renewable and low-carbon industries.

We’re turning intention into action and closing the gap in net zero technologies. Join us at All Energy 11 – 12 May 2022 at SEC Glasgow and immerse yourself in technologies and insights that are set to disrupt and accelerate net zero


Developer Den 

Meet the talent behind the Tech! Six developers will be showcasing their technologies in person. Technologies that address real-world challenges across various sectors assisting in accelerating an integrated energy future. 

Visit us on stand K69 and experience for yourself how today’s ideas become tomorrow’s technology. 

Ai Exploration

The project seeks to develop an inline sensor which accurately measures the level of impurities in the CO2 flow including the quantification of moisture.

ARC Marine

The project seeks to develop and deploy and eco-friendly subsea protection mattress design which utilises a conventional lifting frame. The technology is a Reef Cube lattice called a ‘Marinematt’. Marinematts are made from an innovative carbon neutral binder that contains no Portland cement or plastic fibre, linked with a rope that contains no polypropylene.


Using membrane gas absorption and electrolysis regeneration, the SMART-DAC system CO₂ from the air, creating a continuous absorption/regeneration cycle.

The CO₂ captured can be reused as a carbon source for sustainable chemicals and synthetic fuels to replace fossil fuels and create a short carbon cycle, or stored, to remove CO₂ from the atmosphere permanently.


Hydromea has developed smart swarm technology using truly autonomous underwater vehicles, which are smaller, more affordable and can work independently.

Innovations in sub-surface connectivity, via Hydromea’s LUMA system, allow live transfer of data including HD images and video, resulting in eight hours of tetherless operability.


Inductosense are developing a low cost, adaptable wirelessly activated sensor that can monitor wall thickness over an array of points or areas, configured for the corrosion type required for to be monitored. The sensor array will be intended for localised corrosion detection from the outside, sensitive to thinning over all points on backwall under the active area, with no gaps.



Unity seeks to produce a lightweight additive manufactured (AM) gate which enhances the sealing ability of a valve for depleted wells. This will be achieved through a process of qualifying the design and build of a valve component. The AM manufactured gate will be designed with internal lattice features to significantly reduce the final weight of the part, increasing the ability to seal in low pressure applications and therefore extend the production life of the well. 


All Energy Conference Schedule 2022 

We're participating in the following sessions throughout the conference:

Hydrogen, INTOG and an Integrated Vision for a Net Zero North Sea

Date/time: 11 May, 15:00

Location: Hydrogen and Energy Storage Floor Theatre

Speaker: Mary Thorogood

An Integrated Energy Vision Economic Opportunity: Scotland and Global

Date/time: 12 May,  11:00 - 12:30

Location: Lomond Auditorium

Speaker: Martyn Tulloch 

Discover the economic opportunities and choices outlined in the NZTC’s Integrated Energy Vision and a case study of export potential being examined in the European Hydrogen Backbone project, followed by a panel session.

Chair: Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Strathclyde


  • Colette Cohen OBE, CEO, Net Zero Technology Centre
  • Andy Rodden, Director, Offshore Renewables, ETZ
  • Adrian Gillespie, Chief Executive, Scottish Enterprise
  • Bethan Vasey, Energy Transition Manager UK Upstream, Shell
  • Barry Carruthers, Director of Hydrogen, ScottishPower - Scot2Ger
  • Scott Robertson, Head of Operations, North Sea Transition Authority