8,250 visitors and 450 exhibitors attended All Energy 2015
The show certainly lived up to our expectations. This was the first time the event had been staged in Glasgow, and this made a massive difference, boosting visitor numbers by 20%. Over the course of the event there were 8,250 visitors and over 450 exhibitors, which meant we had lots of opportunities to meet some interesting people.
Our stand looked great, and we once again had the exciting #CapitaBuzz game which proved popular and resulted in a few inter-company battles.
UK onshore sector generated nearly £1billion in gross added value in 2014
We spoke to a diverse range of people and were able to highlight the ways that Capita TI may be able to assist with their upcoming plans. From my personal point of view, it was also fascinating to learn about the advances in Tidal and Wave renewable energy.
Throughout the event there were lots of informative seminars, and according to RenewableUK the UK onshore sector as a whole generated nearly £1billion in gross added value for the country’s economy last year.
It was also evident that the renewable sector is flourishing and that there is a strong will to ensure that the success of the industry does not wain. In his opening speech, key-note speaker Keith Anderson, Scottish Power Renewables Chief Executive, called for the new government to “meet a set of simple tasks that will deliver a secure and stable future for the clean energy sector.”
The All Energy Conference was a rare opportunity to meet industry experts and share knowledge and visions for the future. Most people we spoke to can clearly see an increase in the demand for language services, and Capita TI is armed with the expertise to be the perfect partner for this vital industry.