Exhibitor Information


Showcase your products and services to over 3000 farmers

and landowners from across the UK


Farmers and landowners are ideally placed to generate renewable energy, due to the resources at their disposal, typically high energy costs and the desire to help address

climate change.

The Energy Now Expo showcases the renewable energy options available, bringing together farmers, landowners and rural businesses from all over the UK to identify and further understand the most suitable schemes.


Now in its 6th year, the 2015 event will include:

 

  • An exhibition of over 160 suppliers representing the wind, solar, biomass, biogas, biofuels, hydro, energy management plus ground and air source heating sectors
  • A 2 day, multi-stream conference, exploring the challenges facing the continued growth of the renewables industry and the role the agricultural/rural sectors have to play. The conference will feature energy specific panel debates as well as in-depth presentations on the very latest developments and dedicated sessions covering the best practices in energy management

  • A 'Renewables Advice Clinic' in which a team of renewables experts will be on hand to discuss visitors' projects or ideas on a one on one basis throughout the day
  • A low-emission vehicle zone unveiling the latest electric, hybrid and gas-powered vehicles. The vehicles themselves will be on show and brief talks will be given throughout the event
  • An exhibitor presentation zone allowing visitors to listen to presentations and quiz individual technology suppliers
  • An external exhibition for larger products and displays

 

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Feedback from previous visitors and exhibitors


The exhibition area was populated by many companies who were not only relevant to the conference but also provided a knowledgeable insight to their specific areas of expertise.

Craig Jones