Low Carbon Agriculture 2021
March 9, 2021 - March 10, 2021
Formerly the Energy & Rural Business Show, the Low Carbon Agriculture Show will provide agricultural & rural communities with insight and guidance on the generation of renewable energy, the application of low carbon practices & technologies, and the enhancement of natural capital. Being held in association with the NFU and founded by Energy Now, it will next take place at the NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, on 9th & 10th March 2021, and consist of:
- Energy Now Expo – Showcasing renewable & low carbon energy solutions, as well as best practice in energy management. An exhibition will be accompanied by a multi-streamed conference, featuring panel debates on subjects including AD & biogas, biomass, energy crops, storage, heat pumps, hydropower, Low-Emission vehicles, solar and wind.
- Low Emission Vehicles Expo – Exploring the low carbon vehicle & machinery options available, together with the related opportunities. Vehicles & machinery will be on display in the exhibition, test drives available and the associated opportunities discussed in the conference.
- Environmental Business Expo – Focusing on carbon & environmental land management, plus climate friendly farming solutions. An exhibition featuring advisors and relevant service/product suppliers will be accompanied by a dedicated conference programme, featuring talks and/or sessions on subjects such as biodiversity, achieving Net Zero, soil health, policy, low carbon farming practices, forestry and waste management.
- Farm Technology Expo – Highlighting the technology innovations available to help improve efficiency and create a profitable & sustainable farming future. An exhibition will be accompanied by a presentation zone, providing regular talks from suppliers on the new tech and its’ benefits
Accompanying the physical show will be a series of monthly webinars. These ‘Digital Insights’, launching in September, will feature panels of experts who will further debate the most pertinent issues and underline the importance of a low carbon agricultural future that is both productive and sustainable.