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The accompanying consultation could see burning traditional house coal banned and further restrictions placed on the burning of wet wood

Environmental Land Management webinar unveiled

The fifth Digital Insights webinar from Low Carbon Agriculture show, taking place on 27th Jan, will explore the importance of ‘Environmental Land Management’ and what it means for the future of UK farming.

Scaling-up of energy crops needed to meet net-zero

Miscanthus specialist encouraged by the Committee on Climate Change's sixth carbon budget.

Energy White Paper published by UK Government

The Government's long awaited Energy White Paper addresses the transformation of our energy system and includes measures to cut emissions by 230 million metric tonnes in the next decade.




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Latest in Advice & Opportunities

Enhanced slurry for enhanced yield

Dr Nick Humphries from N2 Applied discusses a technology the company has developed that will increase the value of slurries and digestates by adding extra nitrogen, which is fixed from the air using electricity.

The rise of biomass district heating and how you can benefit

Adrian Fox, Technical Lead Project Manager – Renewable Energy at the National Trust, highlights some of the key considerations for planning a biomass district heating scheme.

Reduce energy costs for winter

Thomas Wilkins, head of technical delivery at NFU Energy, outlines ways to be more efficient with your energy use over the winter months.

Latest in Case Studies

Farmer David Barron, of Nether Aden in Aberdeenshire, Chairman of the Scottish Beef Association, has retrofitted two tractors and a farm jeep with hydrogen electrolysers.

Ahead of the curve: 20 years of building a sustainable estate

Sustainability is firmly at the heart of the Rhug Estate, including high standards of animal welfare, renewable heat & power generation, EV charging and a sustainable use of natural resources.

Biomethane injected into the Irish grid for the first time

Over 36,000 megawatt hours of biomethane is being supplied to the Irish gas network, produced by an anaerobic digester at a nearby pig farm

An East Anglian landowner adapts and prospers through renewables

The Raynham Estate in north Norfolk is steeped in history and since the 1500s has been a part of the Townshend family, which has...

Upcoming Events

Low Carbon Agriculture show webinar – Environmental Land Management (ELM)

The fifth in the Low Carbon Agriculture Show's 'Digital Insights' webinar series will focus on Environmental Land Management, with expert speakers discussing what is known of the ELM scheme so far, how it will impact agriculture and the related opportunities.

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Explore Hydro – BHA virtual event

The first BHA Virtual Event features 2 leading industry experts who will be presenting the current position on this crucial issue, discussing the current obstacles and responding to delegates questions.

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Low Carbon Agriculture 2021 – online

In place to help agricultural and rural communities achieve a productive & sustainable future through the generation of renewable energy, the implementation of low carbon solutions and best practice in environmental land management.

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