Farm Energy Event 2009: Saving and generating on-farm energy

The Farm Energy Event is the only event to deal specifically with farm energy use – ways to save it, equipment to reduce its use and even ways to generate it.

With costs edging back towards their all-time high, energy is now a major item on the farming industry’s agenda.

This is the only event that allows farmers and growers to look at real, practical solutions – not just theories and pipedreams – and the latest technology available to help cut energy costs and reduce carbon emissions.

Exhibitors at the event will be offering products and advice to help farmers become more energy efficient, to save them money and follow best practice in their business.

The event will also look at agricultural applications for renewable energy, biofuels and non-food crops.

Farm Energy Event

When: Wednesday 25 November 2009 9am-5pm

Where: Newark ShowgroundNG24 2NY

Cost: £7.50 per person in advance or on the gate

More details: 0845 4900 142 or



11am Invest in wind – the future of energy for farming – Joe Champion, Gladwood BCS on behalf of Proven Energy

12pm Anaerobic digestion: The role of the NNFCC – Lucy Hodsman, land and agriculture manager.

1pm EASY energy assessment – Marcus Woods, SAI Global

2pm Generating a return – understanding and accessing the revenue streams from your renewable generation scheme – Fiona Hildick, Tradelink Solutions



ARC Addington Fund

Brown and Co

Clarke Energy

Department of Energy and Climate Change


Environment Agency

Envitec Biogas UK


Farm Energy centre

Gladwood BCS

Green Generation

ICE Renewables

IMA Cooling Systems

JH Walter

Moore Biosystems

Natural England



SAI Global

Scottish and Southern Energy


Tanks R Us



Winlec Wind Energy 


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