We are delighted to announce that Kevin Aisbitt, Innovation Project Manager at the Energy Innovation Agency, will be speaking at All-Energy and Dcarbonise, the UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference; taking place on 10th and 11th May 2023 at SEC, Glasgow.
Kevin will be speaking about the work the Agency is doing in partnership with the University of Salford, using the unique facilities at the University’s Energy House and Energy House 2.0 to develop low carbon technologies for homes. The project is one of the ten Greater Manchester projects to receive funding as part of the Innovation Accelerator programme.
Kevin said “It is great to have the opportunity to present on the work of the Energy Innovation Agency and its partnership with Energy House 2.0 based at the University which is a unique facility that has attracted global interest.”
Now in its 22nd year, All-Energy brings together the leading names in the renewable energy community, across private and public sector energy end users, developers and investors for two days of insightful discussion and expert views, which will tackle everything from policy, planning and strategy to the challenges and opportunities in making positive strides towards achieving net zero.
The event is expected to attract over 7500 attendees across the two days, who will enjoy fantastic networking opportunities alongside the conference and exhibition programme.
If you are attending All-Energy and Dcarbonise 2023 and would like to meet with Kevin and David Schiele, Energy Innovation Director, to discuss how the Energy Innovation Agency could support your business needs, contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
Kevin will be speaking in the Built Environment Show Floor Theatre on Wednesday 10th May. His presentation is titled: ‘Low-carbon homes for a carbon-neutral future - Decarbonisation through Innovation’.
About Energy Innovation Agency
The Energy Innovation Agency (The Agency), a unique partnership between the public, private and academic sectors in Greater Manchester (GM), formed in 2021, is tasked with accelerating carbon emission reductions in GM and transitioning the city-region to a carbon-neutral economy by 2038.
The Agency is supporting energy innovators with innovative low-carbon (LC) solutions to scale their businesses and connecting them with end-users in GM to increase the deployment of LC solutions.