Energy and Rural Business Show

23 - 24 October 2019
The Hub, Kilkenny

Ireland

3 - 4 March 2020
East of England Arena

UK

Sponsored by:

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Chair - Tom Short, Renewables Project Team Chairman, Irish Farmer's Association (IFA)

  • Meeting the climate change challenge in agriculture - Michelle Kearney, Assistant Principal, Climate Change and Bioenergy Policy Division, Department of Agriculture
  • The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat (SSRH) - Ray Langton, Programme Manager, Renewable Heat Scheme, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)
  • An overview of the renewable energy opportunities available to agriculture Barry Caslin, Energy and Rural Development Specialist, Teagasc
  • The Climate Action Plan - how can these targets be achieved? - Marie Donnelly, Chair, Renewable Energy Ireland

Chair - PJ McCarthy, Chairman, Renewable Gas Forum Ireland (RGFI)

  • The business case for AD in agriculture - Eddie Punch, General Secretary, Irish Cattle & Sheep Farmers Association (ICSA)
  • A look at the future of the biomethane market  - Ian Kilgallon, Business Development & Innovation Manager, Gas Networks Ireland
  • A guide to biogas upgrading and the resulting opportunities - Stephen McCulloch, Business Director - UK & Ireland, DMT Environmental Technology

Chair - Paul O'Donnell, Director & Founder, Heat Pump Association of Ireland

  • Is ground source heating for you? - Ric Pasquali, Chairperson, Geothermal Association of Ireland
  • The grant support available for heat pumps (air, ground and water source) - Ray Langton, Programme Manager, Renewable Heat Scheme, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)

Chair - Paddy Phelan, Manager, 3 Counties Energy Agency (3cea)

  • A look at the energy efficiency measures for farm building and the grant assistance available - Michael O'Donoghue, Agricultural Engineer, Department of Agriculture, Food & Marine (DAFM)
  • Carbon Tax – what you need to know - Pat McCormack, President, Irish Creamery & Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA)

'Good quality leads, visitors genuinely interested. Very well organised, more so than other events we have attended. Food was really good!'

CHRISTINE MILLER
International Energy Crops Ltd

 

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