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  • Animal Waste and energy

    Hi all I am new here and actually discovered this website after reading the magazine at WHSmith... A bit by chance. I am involved with an event which might be of interest to you. I am not sure it is the appropriate forum for it but I will give it a try. There is a big fair in Denmark called Agromek,...
    Posted to Talking Point (Forum) by EISCltd - Enterprise Europe on Mon, Nov 8 2010
  • Farmers – we need to turn the energy market upside down

    Author Name: Juliet Davenport By 2050 electricity demand will at least double current levels, and simultaneously, the UK is legally bound to reducing carbon emissions by 80%. This means we’re going to see an increasing electrification of every part of our energy network. Heat, power, fuel, transport...
    Posted to Farming Futures Blog (Weblog) by anonymous on Thu, Oct 28 2010
  • The era of cheap, abundant energy is over

    Author Name: Will Frazer That was the message from Chris Huhne in DECC’s annual energy statement last week. The statement was about big choices and big trade offs to ensure the future of our energy supply - and agriculture and land use was very much part of the mix. Sensible debates such as reducing...
    Posted to Farming Futures Blog (Weblog) by anonymous on Mon, Aug 9 2010
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