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Energy Now Magazine

Energy Now Magazine

Energy Now magazine offers renewable energy solutions for farmers and rural landowners.


Published by DJ Media, on a bi-monthly basis, each issue of the title contains news and reports from the following areas of the renewables market: Wind, Biomass, Biofuels, Solar, Hydro, Ground Source Heating.


From technology to events and case studies to interviews, Energy Now truly brings the latest developments from within this fast progressive market to the doors of the farming and rural landowner communities across the UK.

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Lombard

Lombard Lombard, the UK's leading asset financier, uses the flexibility of asset finance to develop tailored funding solutions to help businesses capitalise on opportunities, improve productivity, reduce risk and manage their cashflow. Our extensive experience within the renewable energy sector, combined with proven financial expertise, will help you achieve your business goals. Security required. Product fees may apply.

NatWest

NatWest NatWest have over 200 independently accredited renewable energy specialists to give you the knowledge, support and funding to make your project a success; and with a £50million Renewable Energy fund available, we can assist you in accessing the right funding vehicle for your renewable energy project.

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The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association

The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association

The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) is the UK’s leading trade association for the anaerobic digestion and biogas industries, the newest and fastest growing sector in renewable energy. ADBA has been established to represent all businesses involved in the anaerobic digestion and biogas industries, to help remove the barriers they face and to support its members to grow their businesses.  For more information please visit our website www.adbiogas.co.uk.

Anglia Farmers

Anglia Farmers

Determined collaboration between farmer directors, staff, group members and suppliers has propelled Anglia Farmers to become the UK’s largest agricultural purchasing group.


This farmer-controlled co-operative business, based at Honingham Thorpe just outside Norwich, sources £200 million of supplies for farmers and other rural businesses. With this purchasing power it attracts considerable savings for its 2,500 members.


Did you know that Anglia Farmers:

-Orders over one million litres of bulk fuel per week

-Accounts for 8% of the UK’s annual agrochemical spend

-Sources more than 30 vehicles per month

-Handles 10,000 mobile phone accounts

-Can help its farmer members to save up to £70 a hectare on input costs?


In effect, Anglia Farmers is the central purchasing department for 2,500 farms, estates and associated businesses. Our professional buyers provide unique industry experience to members.

BPVA

BPVA British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) is the National trade association of the UK solar photovoltaic industry. The BPVA is a strong political and commercial organisation and has become the industry's favourite platform since formation in 2010. As the most influential and trusted voice of the industry, we have made a significant contribution to the growth of the solar industry in the past few years. We are a fully independent not-for-profit organisation and the only trade association in the UK with 100% focus on solar PV.

British Hydropower Association

British Hydropower Association

The British Hydropower Association (BHA) is the professional trade body representing the UK hydro industry and its associated stakeholders in the wider community, with membership covering a wide range of interests and expertise. The BHA promotes British hydro at home and abroad, increasing awareness of its quality and scope worldwide.

Ground Source Heat Pump Assocation

Ground Source Heat Pump Assocation

The Ground Source Heat Pump Association, which grew out of the Ground Source Heat Pump Club, was launched in 2006.

The Association provides information on GSHPs via a telephone helpline and website and from time to time produces presentations to promote the industry to key audiences.


Secretariat functions are provided by the National Energy Foundation from its offices in Milton Keynes, which are heated by a Ground Source Heat Pump.


NNFCC

NNFCC The NNFCC is the UK's National Centre for renewable fuels, materials and technologies; providing independent advice to agriculture, industry, academia, Government and the general public to help develop sustainable supply chains and break down barriers to production and uptake across all renewables sectors

Renewable Energy Association

Renewable Energy Association

The REA is the voice of the renewable industry in the UK, established in 2001 as a not-for-profit trade association, representing members and promoting the use of renewable energy in the UK.  The REA is the only UK trade body representing the full range of renewable technologies across all applications. 

The corporate membership, of over 950 companies, also includes composters, following the merger of The Association for Organics Recycling in 2013.  The REA endeavours to achieve the right regulatory framework for renewable deployment and organics waste recycling to deliver an increasing contribution the UK’s electricity, heat, recycling and transport needs.



Woldmarsh Producers Ltd

Woldmarsh Producers Ltd

Woldmarsh was formed in 1961, we are a farmer owned agricultural buying group based in Louth, Lincolnshire with over 800 members.

Our experienced trading team work on behalf of our members to secure the best value across a wide range of goods and services.

The group purchases a wide range of items including:


-Fuel

-Chemical

-Seed

-Fertilizer

-Machinery

-Electricity

-Vehicles

-Landlines, Mobiles & Broadband

-Building Materials

-Renewables

-White Goods

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