Energy Now Expo 2018

7 - 8 February 2018
Telford International Centre, Shropshire

THE RENEWABLE ENERGY EVENT FOR FARMERS AND LANDOWNERS

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In Association with:

CLA 

CLA 

The CLA is the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales. 

 

National Farmers Union 

National Farmers Union 

NFU champions and British Farming provides professional representation and services to its farmer and grower members. Insurance and financial services offered on competitive terms. 

Supported by:

The ADBA 

The ADBA 

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources 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, and the emerging complementary field of bioresources.
Anglia Farmers

Anglia Farmers

Anglia Farmers (AF) is a not for profit co-operative, run by farmers for farmers. Leveraging the collective buying power of members to source more than £250 million of farm inputs, general supplies and business services each year.
British Hydropower 

British Hydropower 

The BHA is the professional trade body representing the UK hydro industry and its associated stakeholders in the wider community. The BHA promotes British hydro at home and abroad, increasing awareness of its quality and scope worldwide.
Ground Source Heat Pump Association 

Ground Source Heat Pump Association 

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. 
Heat Pump Association (HPA) 

Heat Pump Association (HPA) 

Represents manufacturers and distributors of heat pumps in the UK and acts as a central focal point for the exchange of knowledge and information.  The HPA liaises with Government departments to provide expert advice with regards to legislation, standards, guidance and financial incentives and informs the public and the wider HVAC industry.
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.
Solar Trade Association

Solar Trade Association

Since 1978, the Solar Trade Association (STA) has worked to promote the benefits of solar energy and to make its adoption easy and profitable for domestic and commercial users. The STA is the UK’s leading solar industry voice, with a proven track record of winning breakthroughs for the UK’s solar industry.
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 Wood Heat Association

The Wood Heat Association

Founded in 2013 to fully engage the wood heating sector at a regional and local level. We are the UK trade association for the modern wood heating industry.
Fram Farmers

Fram Farmers

Fram Farmers has over 50 years of experience and is the purchasing, grain marketing and administrative function of 1400 farming businesses across the UK. They act as an extension to your farm office, with industry professionals purchasing and marketing your core agricultural inputs and outputs.









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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

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