More space has been set aside at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre to accommodate the expanded All-Energy '09.
Scheduled to come to Aberdeen for 20th and 21st May this year, the clean energy exhibition will be bigger than in previous years and will offer more conferences and seminars addressing a wider range of issues.
The exhibition is designed to stimulate the growth of the green sector in the UK by using the space in the event venue to promote all kinds of clean ways to generate electricity.
Paul Stott, managing director of Media Generation Events Ltd, the company which organised the annual show in partnership with Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, said: "The enthusiasm from the industry translates into some 3,200 sq m of space already sold and reserved, which is appreciably more than this time last year."
Aberdeen will be one of five Scottish cities to display work from the collection of art dealer Anthony D'Offay this summer.