Argyll and the Islands' renewable energy resources recognised at international conference

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Published Date: 

24 May 2011 - 15:51

 Argyll and Bute Council and Highlands and Islands Enterprise were amongst the 570 exhibitors from 20 countries packing the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre for the 11th annual All-Energy Conference. 


All-Energy brings together wide ranging organisations, products, services, concepts and projects across the renewable energy sector – providing up to date information on all renewable energy sources, opportunities and challenges facing the industry.


Argyll and Bute Council and Highlands and Islands Enterprise jointly showcased the vast scale and mix of renewable energy resources within ‘Argyll and the Islands’, along with the region’s distinguished track record of pioneering and delivering world first renewable energy developments.


Also exhibiting and highlighting the strong support network of businesses geared up to service this industry from within ‘Argyll and the Islands’, were ALI Energy, North West Marine Ltd, Seafari, Shearwater Marine Services Ltd, Storm Cats, and The Professional Diving Academy Ltd. 


All-Energy successfully established the region’s commitment to working in partnership to deliver sustainable economic growth for the benefit of our communities, the region and Scotland, and highlighted the range of services which Argyll and Bute already boasts in terms of supporting this industry.


Further information on renewable energy activity throughout Argyll and Bute can be found on the Argyll and Bute Council website at

Or by visiting the HIE website at  and following HIE on Facebook at