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Help support farmers in need when you buy the official Energy Now Expo & Forage Aid 2016 calendar 

After successfully raising over £22,000 for Forage Aid at the 2015 event, by running a charity drive from Sedgemore, Somerset, to the Telford International Centre, where the Energy Now Expo takes place, the event is once again teaming up with the charity to help to support farmers in need.

The calendar will feature breath-taking images from each renewable energy type, highlighting the integration of renewables into the agricultural and rural sectors, and also feature key agricultural and renewable energy events and dates throughout the year.

All proceeds will go to the Forage Aid charity, founded by Lincolnshire farmer, Andrew Ward in 2013, in response to the terrible snow that affected livestock farmers in Cumbria and Wales. 

“Forage Aid is not just about providing feed for stock,” explains Andrew.

“The link with the Energy Now Expo is an obvious one, with producers looking at how to weatherproof their units, to help safeguard their businesses in the future, especially in times of crisis, and looking for reliable new income streams. We’re delighted by the continued support that Energy Now Expo offers us, and we hope the calendar is popular with farmers,” he says.

David Jacobmeyer, Energy Now Expo director, is pleased to be working with the charity for a second year. “There’s a definite need for more fund-raising that will put money in the bank for Forage Aid. We’ve supported the team during last year’s event, and are delighted with this new partnership. By launching initiatives such as the calendar we are aiming to start something very exciting that will really support farmers in the future.”

About Forage Aid

Forage Aid is the charity that supports farmers whose livestock has been affected by extreme weather by providing forage and bedding to those in need

The Forage Aid initiative sources forage and bedding from donations and pledges from the farming community and distribute it to those whose own supply of feed has been destroyed or made inaccessible due to the weather. The charity delivered emergency supplies of animal feed to livestock producers during the Somerset floods in 2014, however the initiative is no longer about providing help on an ad hoc basis. 

"We want to be ready to help in any emergency and our aim is to step in quickly when necessary" says Forage Aid Founder Andrew Ward/

 

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  • The Energy Now Expo has grown and matured and is the best place in England and Wales for farmers and landowners to get the best overall view of all current renewable offerings.
    Rupert Jackson
    Brabners
  • Our feelings about the show are best summarised by the fact that we invite you to come and meet us at the 2016 exhibition.
    Anne Laleman
    Alpha-Financials Environmental
  • Energy Now Expo 2015 proved a popular, well organised and exciting show to attend! The talks were interesting and informative plus we were able to meet a great range of potential customers as well as networking with other like-minded businesses.
    Emma Gerrard
    Less CO2
  • The Energy Now Expo offers a good even mix of energy production alternatives, designed to attract a large proportion of farmers and commercial visitors looking at all aspects of renewable energy.
    John Rupp
    Greencrop Irrigation
  • The Energy Now Expo is a very focused event that continues to attract large numbers of good quality visitors. As more farmers and landowners diversify with renewable energy, this is a ‘must’ on the calendar.
    Paul Davies
    Landia
  • The Telford location is local to our business and we find the leads generated tend to be closer to home and more economical to service than some of the more National show leads.
    Dallas Read
    SureSpark Energy
  • Top marks for: venue, catering, programme, announcements, staff, mix and quality of exhibitors.
    Joe Fergusson
    Bell Ingram Ltd
  • Great range of suppliers, very well equipped stalls with friendly experts willing to offer advice.
    Andrew Moclwraith
  • The Energy Now Expo is now the only renewable energy event in our show calendar. For us it generates good quality leads and is a show we look forward to attending.
    Bowler Energy
  • As one of the best known energy publications on the market, Energy Now has hosted their annual exhibition and conference (The Energy Now Expo) for the past 6 years. This popular event is a “must do” in our exhibition schedule, offering great customer networking opportunities and insights into industry developments.
    Edina UK
  • Energy Now EXPO is a key event for us because of the audience it attracts. There’s a wide variety of farmers and landowners who attend. And they are largely decision makers, all looking to diversify and maximise land use. We usually have a great reception at the show and generate good leads from it.
    Alex Robinson
    Terravesta
  • The Energy Now Expo provides ENERCON with a fantastic opportunity to meet with potential customers considering developing their own Onshore Wind Renewable Energy Projects. We are looking forward to another successful year in 2016.
    Nick Hudson
    ENERCON Sales Manager

 

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  • CLA
  • NFU

Supported By

  • ADBA
  • AF
  • BHA
  • BPVA
  • GSHP
  • HPA
  • NNFCC
  • REA
  • Wood Heat Assoc
  • Worldmarsh

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