Energy and Rural Business Show

3 - 4 March 2020
East of England Arena

UK

23 - 24 October 2019
The Hub, Kilkenny

Ireland

ENERGY NOW EXPO - TUESDAY 3 MARCH

Chair - Andrew Shirley, Chief Surveyor, CLA

  • An update on the Agricultural & Environmental Bills
  • The UK’s low-carbon energy sector post-Brexit - Nina Skorupska, Chief Executive Officer, Renewable Energy Association (REA)
  • How land can be managed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions - Indra Thillainathan, Senior Analyst - Agriculture and Land Use, The Committee on Climate Change

 

Chair - Neil Harrison, Chairman, Wood Heat Association 

  • Maximising the efficiency & optimising the returns of the biomass heating systems - Ben Tansey, Director, Reheat
  • District heating - applications and lessons learnt - Adrian Fox, Technical Lead Project Manager (Renewable Energy), National Trust

Sponsored by:

Barclays

Chair - Darren Edwards, Partner, Fisher German

  • How to value your renewable energy scheme and what do buyers look for? - Charles Hardcastle, Head of Infrastructure & Energy, Cater Jones
  • Oliver McEntyre, National Agriculture Strategy Director, Barclays
  • One Price - Making more from your power & taking advantage of market volatility
  • Yield up to 59% ROI annually (equivalently 40p/kWh) with Blockchain Technology - Josh Riddett, Chief Executive Officer, Easy Crypto Hunter

Chair - John Adams, Agricultural Consultant, ADAS

  • Where's the value? A rundown of some of the outputs to consider - Lucy Hopwood, Director & Lead Consultant, NNFCC
  • Examining the effect of digestate on soil - Andrew Richards, Agronomist, Agrii
  • Straw - what is it good for? - The British Hay and Straw Merchants Association

 

Sponsored by:

 

HIT Energy Services

 

Chair

  • Optimising existing solar assets through effective service & maintenance - Simon Hopkins, Managing Director, HIT Energy Services
  • The viability of solar farms without subsidy - Martin Williams, Energy Associate, Carter Jonas
  • Delivering revenue for renewable assets in 2020's energy market - Kristina Rabecaite, Business Development Manager, Limejump

Sponsored by:

GMT Biogas

Chair - Rebecca Thompson, Policy Manager, Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA)

  • An update on biomethane policy and RHI budget - Nic Crowe, Head of RHI Reform, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
  • Guidance on injecting gas into the grid - Tina Hawke, Design Manager, Cadent
  • Phil Greenaway, Director, GMT Biogas

'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

 

In Association with

CLA

NFU

Supported By

ABDA

AF

BHA

EEAS

fram farmers

GSHP

HPA

LOWCVP

NNFCC

REA

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