Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) is pleased to welcome the 2013 All-Energy Exhibition & Conference to the Centre next week (22nd and 23rd May 2013). All-Energy is the UK’s largest renewable energy event taking place in ‘Europe’s Energy City’, Aberdeen, and is expected to attract in the region of up to 9, 000 people over the two days, and bring over £4m of economic benefit to Aberdeen City and Shire.
During this time, parking in the AECC site will be limited as much of the car park area will be covered by temporary structures to house the exhibition.
To ensure that all attendees arrive in good time and do not experience parking delays, the Organisers (Reed Exhibitions) and the AECC would like to encourage delegates to use public transport to and from Aberdeen International Airport. A complimentary bus service will run from the airport to AECC on the two show mornings and run from the show to the airport in the afternoons – exact times are shown on the All-Energy website at www.all-energy.co.uk/en/visit/VenueandTravel/; and from the City Centre. Additionally, shuttle buses will run from many of the key City Centre hotels and delegates are encouraged to make the most of this facility, and to use the ‘to City Centre’ buses that will be available during and at the end of the Giant Networking evening on 22nd May.
The First Bus Park & Ride at AECC will be operational during both days of the event, however this parking area will be available to attendees at All-Energy so is expected to be very busy. The Park & Ride buses (Number 40) will stop at AECC as usual for those wishing to travel from the Kingswells Park & Ride or to catch this bus along its route through the City Centre.
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