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Business Energy Scotland officially launches at All-Energy

Business Energy Scotland officially launched on 11 May at the All-Energy and Dcarbonise Exhibition and Conference 2022, hosted at the SEC, Glasgow.

Celebrating its twenty-first anniversary this year, All-Energy is the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference. It is an annual event which provides a unique opportunity for businesses to interact first-hand with more than fifty exhibitors showcasing the latest energy-saving and renewable technology.

We were delighted to welcome First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, to our exhibition stand as well as Patrick Harvie, Glasgow MSP for the Green Party.

Here are some highlights captured at the event:

Celebrating its twenty-first year, All-Energy is the UK’s largest low carbon energy and full supply chain renewables event. The co-located Dcarbonise event is aimed at private and public sector energy end-users.

Patrick Harvie MSP (Scottish Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings, Active Travel and Tenants’ Rights) officially announces the launch of Business Energy Scotland at All-Energy 2022 and talks about the crucial role Business Energy Scotland will play in Scotland’s recovery from the pandemic and in helping businesses mitigate rising energy costs.

First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, visits our exhibition stand to hear first-hand about the free support Business Energy Scotland is providing to Scottish businesses to help them become more energy-efficient.

Emma Dunsmuir (business energy advisor), Harry Mayers (head of Business Energy Scotland), Patrick Harvie (MSP Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings, Active Travel and Tenants’ Rights) and Mike Thornton (chief executive of Energy Saving Trust) on day one of All-Energy.

Emma Dunsmuir (business energy advisor), Harry Mayers (head of Business Energy Scotland), Patrick Harvie (MSP Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings, Active Travel and Tenants’ Rights) and Mike Thornton (chief executive of Energy Saving Trust) at the Business Energy Scotland exhibition stand.

Mike Thornton (chief executive of Energy Saving Trust) discusses how Business Energy Scotland will be managed by Energy Saving Trust and become part of the suite of energy advice and support already delivered via Home Energy Scotland (the domestic energy advice service) and Local Energy Scotland (providing support to community organisations).

Dimo Peev (business energy advisor) shares how the businesses he supports in South East Scotland are embracing a green recovery, during a dedicated presentation in the Built Environment Theatre at Dcarbonise.

Emma Dunsmuir (business energy advisor) in discussion about the free support and funding available to help Scottish businesses save energy.

Douglas Harding (Business Energy Scotland programme manager) being interviewed by All-Energy’s reporters.

Emma Dunsmuir (business energy advisor) outlines the approaches that businesses can take to finance energy efficiency improvements using interest-free loans and cashback grants from the Scottish Government, and other regional and sector funding options.

Harry Mayers (head of Business Energy Scotland) takes questions from visitors to Business Energy Scotland’s stand.

The next live edition of All-Energy & Dcarbonise is taking place in May 2023 at the SEC, Glasgow.